In July this year started the first phase of the project, launched by the city of Milan, Open WiFi Milano, that foresees the possibility of navigating free in all areas of the city covered by the network. The initiative will install initially more than 500 hotspots in over 250 places in the city, that have been added to the approximately 50 free access points already existing in public libraries, in certain data offices, in Palazzo Marino and in some museums and will be extended in the next few months with a wi-fi network of over a 1.000 antennas.
All information on how to use the service can be found on the site www.info.openwifimilano.it, in Italian and English, where you can also find the updated map of the active sites and those soon to be activated.
Every user, after having registered, will have a daily quantity of 300 MB broadband traffic available; once exceeded this limit the velocity of navigating will be reduced to 192 kb/s.
Tag: Milan, destinations, w-fi
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