Mexico City, Telmex launch 5 new WiFi zones

Thursday 11 September 2014 | 17:16 CET | News
Mexico City government and local telecoms operator Telmex have inaugurated five new WiFi zones across the city. The new free WiFi areas are located in Plaza Garibaldi, Viveros de Coyoacan, Bosques de Aragon, Bosques de Tlalpan and Bosques de Chapultepec. The joint initiative already opened 1,125 free WiFi zones in public areas across Mexico City. Nearly 1 million people access the free WiFi network each month.

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Categories: Internet / Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Telmex
Countries: Mexico
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