Birmingham city council and BT are building a new city centre Wi-Fi network that will provide free access to council...
The new Wireless Birmingham Wi-Fi network will cover a square mile area of the city centre. The network will also offer paid-for broadband internet access to businesses and visitors to the city.
Paul Tilsley, deputy leader of Birmingham city council, said, “The Wireless Birmingham agreement is a clear demonstration of how well we have worked in partnership with BT – who are making a significant financial investment to establish this network.”
BT will fund the city centre network, with the council providing access to its street lamp posts to house the network infrastructure. People will be able to access information and services from the council free of charge through an internet portal.
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