Haarlem city centre to get free Wi-Fi network

Monday 30 March 2015 | 12:45 CET | News
A free Wi-Fi service will launch in the centre of the Dutch city of Haarlem in May. The 'Free Wifi Haarlem' service is operated by Centrum Management Groep, in cooperation with the city and the province of North Holland. The network will be rolled out in the coming months and opened to various groups in the city centre.  

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