Free public Wi-Fi deployed in 36 rural village halls in Cambridgeshire

Wednesday 21 October 2020 | 11:57 CET | News
The Connecting Cambridgeshire digital connectivity programme has extended free public Wi-Fi to 36 rural village halls, with the help of a government grant to support health and well-being. The grant covers installation of a broadband connection and wireless access points. The free Wi-fi is also being used to support participation in Parish Council meetings via Zoom, playgroups and childcare activities, virtual community quiz nights and online challenges for young people.

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Categories: Internet / Mobile & Wireless
Countries: United Kingdom
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