Sunday, May 20, 2012

WiFi To Be Available In Town Plazas In Puerto Rico

The island of Puerto Rico is making it easier for people to connect on the internet.  Thanks to a $3 million funding, through the island government’s Telecommunications Regulatory Board, all 78 towns in Puerto Rico, in their public plazas, will have free wireless Internet access by December of this year.  Providing this service is a policy of the governor of Puerto Rico.  The governor wants the internet, a tool to access the world, to be used by all residents of the island of Puerto Rico.

The Telecommunications Regulatory Board has already set up WiFi hotspots in Manatí, Moca, Toa Alta, San Sebastián, Aguada, Gurabo, Juana Díaz, Vieques and Loíza.  All residents and visitors of Puerto Rico will have access to the free WiFi.


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