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Potenza offers 1 hour of free Wi-Fi per day

Tuesday 7 January 2014 | 11:26 CET | News
The Italian city of Potenza, capital of the southern Basilicata region, has announced that all residents, tourists and students will be able to access free internet for one hour per day via the recently installed Wi-Fi network. The city's WiFiPotenza project has inaugurated a number of hotspots throughout the historic centre and launched a website with full details of the service and the areas covered. Users can access any website via their laptops, tablets and smartphones during the allotted 60 minutes or the municipality's institutional website without limitation.

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