by Krystal Paco
Guam - iConnect and Miki Taxi have teamed up to provide free WiFi service to tourists. iConnect training manager Jen Cachilla said, "We are really excited to contribute to the tourism industry in Guam the availably of WiFi in the Miiki Taxis will enable our tourists to share the beauty of our island as they go around and post photos and their thoughts online."
Miki's 146 taxis and nine limousines have been outfitted with iConnect's LTE True 4G service, allowing island visitors to connect with family and conduct business online while on the go.
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