Seoul govt to expand free Wi-Fi network across entire city by 2022

Monday 7 October 2019 | 08:07 CET | News
The Seoul Metropolitan Government has announced plans to expand its Wi-Fi network across the city by 2022, and provide free Wi-Fi access to Seoul residents and visitors, Yonhap news agency reports. The local government plans to install 23,750 wireless access points by 2022, which would triple the existing number of wireless access points which currently stands at 7,420.

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