Antwerp plans city centre Wi-Fi network

Monday 30 June 2014 | 14:10 CET | News
The city of Antwerp is planning to build an extensive Wi-Fi network in the city centre, reports Datanews. The network will stretch from the Queen Astrid square to the Central Station and Steenplein on the Schelde, offering free access for residents and visitors. The city government plans to work with a group of commercial partners on the project. The first phase of the project will cover areas from the station to the Schelde by the autumn, and two later phases will cover additional parts of the city, including outside the centre. The Antwerp provincial government is also looking at

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Countries: Belgium
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