Monday, 27 February 2012

More on Edinburgh public wifi

Last week I posted on an Edinburgh bid to a UK government fund which would enable a significant extension of publicly available wifi in central areas of the city - including the Meadows.

Other news outlets have picked up the story and added a few more details.  You can read them here:
'Councillor Cameron Rose, who has seen the proposal put to Westminster, said increased connectivity would enable the city to compete internationally on the IT stage, make life easier for tourists and open up opportunities for residents.'There is no question this will be of great benefit to the city’s economy, visitors and Edinburgh people,” he said.'

Meanwhile, The Edinburgh Reporter last year produced a map of premises where free wifi is currently available.

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