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A free Wi-Fi initiative will start to roll out for Dublin City.

In total, people will be able to log onto the internet for free in 12 locations around the city.

The first phase of the Wi-Fi rollout will be from Wood Quay to St Patrick’s Park and Barnardos Square. The rest of the Wi-Fi hotspots will be rolled out during February.

The free Wi-Fi service is being provided to Dublin City Council by Spanish technology company Gowex. It will be available 24/7 at a speed of 512kbps, according to the company. Those who wish to use the free Wi-Fi will have to register with Gowex.

Source: gowex

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