The Public Wi-Fi You Are Using May Be Coming From a Trashcan

The Public Wi-Fi You Are Using May Be Coming From a Trashcan

BigBelly is harnessing its tech-savvy, solar powered trashcan to provide public Wi-Fi

Leigh Ann Renzulli
  • 24 july 2015

The fact that major metropolitan areas have been striving to provide free, public Wi-Fi is nothing new. Bigbelly has teamed up with New York City’s Downtown Alliance to provide public Wi-Fi through solar powered trash cans.

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