BT installs new Wi-Fi network for Brighton city centre

Tuesday 19 April 2016 | 15:46 CET | News
Brighton & Hove City Council in the UK has launched a free, outdoor Wi-Fi network across the city centre. Delivered in partnership with BT, the new network will cover the busiest areas for tourism, shopping and leisure, providing free Wi-Fi for local residents, businesses and visitors. A total of 40 BT Wi-Fi hotspots will be available on completion of the project, of which 30 are already live. The remaining 10 will be switched on during summer 2016.

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Countries: United Kingdom
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