Chicago to provide no-fee Wi-Fi in public areas

09/24/2012 | Chicago Tribune

The city of Chicago plans to set up a high-speed broadband network that will provide free Wi-Fi connectivity in a variety of public spaces, Mayor Rahm Emanuel said Monday. "Chicago will be one of the most connected cities in the world," he added in kicking off the Chicago Broadband Challenge at Millennium Park. Emanuel also said the network would provide a huge boost for economic development.

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