Foster City in California is offering free wireless Internet connection to its 29,000 residents. The scheme, which the city began implementing in early October, aims to lower costs and improve public services. MetroFi built the network and signed a service level agreement that would allow anyone owning a WiFi-enabled device to use the service. Foster City Mayor Linda Koelling hailed the project, which she believes will “provide… residents and businesses with a fantastic opportunity for internet connectivity in public spaces.”
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