Thursday, December 17, 2009

UK Communities to Receive Free Internet Access

Free internet access is being provided by Freerunner to 46 communities across the UK following a competition launched in September 2009. The competition was held to find the most worthy communities to be granted free internet access, with the connection being paid for by a combination of advertisements and corporate sponsorship, according to the BBC.

"The Freerunner mission is to give everyone free access to fast wi-fi whether you are in a coffee shop in the West End of London or a community centre in the suburbs of Newcastle," - chief executive Owen Geddes was quoted as saying on the BBC website.

More information can be found on the Freerunner website at:

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