WiFi move gets wary welcome


PETALING JAYA: Restaurant operators agree to Kuala Lumpur City Hall’s (DBKL) new ruling of ensuring that eateries in the city are WiFi-ready but they would prefer if that ruling was not forced onto them.

Many see the move as being beneficial for their business as patrons become more tech savvy and demand to stay connected all the time but there are concerns especially around the costs of setting up the service.

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