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The PITs are kiosks, largely in rural areas, in which people have free access to the internet and e-mail facilities.
Government planned to increase the number of public internet terminals (PITs) across the country, and to make available a PIT truck for each province.
"We plan to have public information terminals (PITs) in every post office in the country so that people can access information about themselves, access government services and records and use these tools to create new markets for goods and services," she said.
In another response, the Department and the Post Office are rolling out Public Information Terminals (PITs).
In the year under review we will see 100 post offices equipped with PITs.
[19: 54] Prokofy Neva: where are these PITs placed Angela?
[Canadian PLUSAs-in-training (PITs) led by Captain Biff all break into the office and use the giant snowglobe as a makeshift ball hockey ball; office gets trashed due to half the players being drunk on strong Canadian beer and the game being played under the dim glow of Christmas lights] [Returns to PLUSA Office to get gloves]
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