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St. Petersburg City Centre Expands Wireless Network
15.02.2013 11:48
St. Petersburg City Centre Expands Wireless Network

Throughout 2013 St. Petersburg will continue to expand the network of wireless hot-spots in the city centre. 

      Currently the city offers wireless Internet access in such public places as hotels, shopping centres, bars, and cafes. The plan is to take the Internet out into the streets during the year 2013, making it quick and free. Two Wi-Fi hotspots offered to citizens and visitors in 2012 could not boast a fast speed: only 200 Kb/sec. 

      The program is reportedly ready to roll out. Nevsky Prospekt, the city's central street, will become the first wireless magistral which will be expanded to other areas of the city, particularly the Summer Gardens, the Tauris Gardens, and the Mars Field.


Author: Julia Shuvalova

Tags: Russian tourism St. Petersburg Russian Internet   

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