Wifi and Internet connections on highway rest stops

Need to check emails while driving to Penang or Johor but you can’t? Now you soon can as Cyberplus Sdn Bhd through SPLUGG is set to enhance the driving experience along the North-South Expressway by connecting it to the digital age. SPLUGG will make available a blend of digital media along the longest highway in Malaysia, The North-South Expressway, covering all rest and service areas and overhead bridge restaurants.

Upon the full roll-out, SPLUGG will cater to an average of 212 million toll road users a year along the 847.7km North-South Expressway. Commissioned in April 2007, Cyberplus Sdn Bhd in partnership with PLUS Expressways Bhd (PEB) has been able to wire and gear this project to life in less than six months. This is because Cyberplus is comprised of a team of highly skilled and experienced professionals who are well-versed in the full spectrum of ICT needs of this project.  

SPLUGG has also established strategic partnership with NTV7 and the Malaysia Tourism Promotion Board (MTPB). NTV7 will provide news contents which will be beamed to all SPLUGG LCD television points, keeping road users plugged in on the latest news and happenings.


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