Wi-fi to spice up Malaysian restaurants
New law to grant customers free internet access, but owners say government should pick up the bill.
Last Modified: 21 Mar 2012 09:12
The Malaysian government has passed a law that requires hundreds of restaurants and cafes to provide the Wifi service across Kuala Lumpur.
While this is good news for customers who will soon be surfing the internet for free, business owners say the government should be picking up the bill.
Al Jazeera's Scott Heidler reports.
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