This story is doing the blog-rounds at the moment: Mobile workers in London will be able to get free wireless access across a mile-long swathe of the capital, via a...

This story is doing the blog-rounds at the moment:

Mobile workers in London will be able to get free wireless access across a mile-long swathe of the capital, via a Wi-Fi network financed by Islington Council. Dubbed [by the council] the ‘Technology Mile', it is [press-released] to be the largest free public-access wireless network built in the UK so far. Islington Council took the decision to fund its creation in order to boost economic activity in the area, and to encourage local residents onto the Internet. The network, due to be formally launched on Tuesday, covers the length of Upper Street — one of the busiest streets in Islington — from The Angel up to Highbury Corner

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