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Bridgend in Wales appears to have contracted with The Cloud for Wi-Fi networks: Initially, 10 libraries will get coverage and ultimately a network will cover the town center. The Cloud will build the network so customers of 20 service providers who are The Cloud partners will be able to use the network.
The story notes that the government is worried that some people can’t afford to get online or don’t have computers. But this plan doesn’t exactly help because it sounds like users will have to pay to access the network.
Posted by nancyg at April 20, 2005 12:20 PM
Categories: gov't WLANs
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