Dundee City Council Free WiFi
Free public WiFi to become available at Dundee Waterfront and city centre in the next two years.
19:09 18 December 2017
Free public WiFi will be offered in Dundee in 2018, it has been confirmed. The initiative, which is funded by the Dundee City Council, will be extended in 2019 to include the city square and centre. Along with free WiFi access, the £350million project will cover other policy areas, including healthcare and wellbeing, children and families, and community safety and justice.
Council leader John Alexander said: “This strategy is a clear outline of the ambition we have for Dundee and illustrates how hard we are working to realise it.
“We are maintaining the regeneration of the city and ensuring that all of our pupils are learning in quality surroundings.
“There are a number of aspirations through the Tay Cities deal that the wider partnership of the area want to realise because they are hugely exciting and will help to accelerate the momentum that has been built up.
“We are also thinking innovatively about strengthening the city’s infrastructure for years to come, and this will include the delivery of Wi-Fi and 5G readiness in the central Waterfront with the Scottish Futures Trust.
“We are absolutely determined to build a fairer and smarter city for the future and take on the challenges that exist for the benefit of our people.”
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