Tin tức News Quang Ninh is setting free wifi and camera surveillance on Halong Bay 27/03/2017 The People's Committee of Ha Long City in Quang Ninh province is installing free wifi and camera monitoring at 17 stops in Halong Bay. The improvement helps the acessibility to information become easier and easier. Some areas have been applied include Thien Cung cave, Dau Go cave, Titov Island which had previously had wifi but the quality was not stable. Therefore, the installation of free wifi system will help visitors easily access information and follow the entertainment activities while visiting Halong Bay. The camera surveillance system at 17 stops on the Bay will broadcast lively images during 24 hours a day about destinations from the land. This makes it easier to monitor, manage and handle issues related to security and safety ensuarance for visitors.This is the initial basis for sellinng Electric tickets to visit Ha Long Bay for tourists. It is expected that in 2017, free wireless connection will be covered most of stops in Ha Long Bay. After that, the overnight vessels will be planned for installation. Previously, in April 2012, Vietnam Posts and Telecommunications Group (VNPT) and Quang Ninh-based VNPT started installing free WiFi for Ha Long City. However, until June 1, 2013, Ha Long City began applying the form of charge cards through scratching cards for WiFi users. Accordingly, if tourists do not pay a fee, visitors are only free access to some sites of the province. At that time, Le Minh Ky, Head of Post and Telecommunication Department of Quang Ninh Information and Communication Department, said: "In this project, the province does not give up any budget wile investment capital or cost are invested by VNPT. To regulate the interests of enterprises, in the immediate future investors will apply the form of fees collected through scratch cards issued by VNPT. The use of scratch cards is very simple, like theprepaid service mobile . Basically, investors are providing systems and infrastructure for visitors and people to use more convenient services. "