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Westminster Council’s Wi-Fi network is being opened to the public through a deal with BT Openzone: The council built the network in parts of the city of Westminster and has been using it for council applications such as CCTV and staff use. In April last year when the Register first covered this network, a council spokesperson said they’d like to open the network to residents for a fee but that a different regulatory framework would be required to allow the council to operate a commercial service. Perhaps this arrangement with BT allows the council to comply with such regulations.
Posted by nancyg at May 25, 2005 1:34 PM
Categories: municipal networks
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