Monday, February 22, 2010

Phase 1 Complete for Swindon's Free Internet Access

The UK town of Swindon has just completed the first stage of the council's plan to offer free internet access, according to the LGC. The plan, which sees 3,500 homes served with the network, was initially delayed at the beginning of the year but has now been fully implemented.

The scheme for free internet access allows people to register for up to two hours of free and unlimited access, or they can chose to pay £9.99 for a 24/7 day pass.

Free access to the internet is becoming more and more of a talking point across the country, with several town's now planning to offer it to residents.

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