Scottish libraries get GBP 1.5 mln Wi-Fi funding boost

Wednesday 12 August 2015 | 08:46 CET | News
The Scottish Government has announced funding of GBP 1.5 million for 2015/2016 to extend Wi-Fi in libraries across the country. This is part of the public wireless programme and the government's wider drive to enhance digital participation, improve rural connectivity and the uptake of online public services across Scotland.

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