Copenhagen offers hotspots in centrally located squares  

2004.06.30
The Danish capital yesterday opened wireless internet access points, or hotspots, in a number of centrally located squares

Copenhagen yesterday opened wireless internet access points, or hotspots, in a number of centrally located squares. Hotspot Networks and Copenhagen Municipality are collaborating to offer local citizens, visitors and tourists access to the internet. The price of the service ranges from DKK 10 (USD 1.6) for 15 minutes to DKK 99 (USD 15.8) per month for one year's subscription. A location finder for the new hotspots is available on Hotspot Network's website.

 

Hotspots are installed throughout the country by different suppliers in places such as cafés, restaurants, 7-Eleven shops, hotels and airports. Aarhus in Jutland was the first city in Europe to offer free wireless internet access within its city centre. The news is reported by Computerworld online.

 

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