The Municipal Department of Telecommunications, Potable Water, and Sewage System (EMAC), launched its program of installing new digital kiosks throughout the city. Fifty “multi-service cabins” have been installed to provide phone service, internet access, checking basic service accounts, and the ability to access some city services, as well. The kiosks, inaugurated on February 3, are loaded with Microsoft Office applications (Word, Excel, Powerpoint), and Adobe Acrobat so users can view and manage documents. Users can also check email, Twitter or Instagram accounts from these locations. The stations have touchscreen capability. Another convenient feature of the kiosks is that they are…
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