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