Six Belgian cities get free wifi with restrictions

Jul

5

2013

Six cities in the French speaking part of Belgium get free wifi throughout the city. However, the government, who pays, imposes heavy restrictions. Only government sites and sites like Facebook and Twitter can be visited for free, must be paid. For the rest

Wifi The government sites of the Walloon cities can be visited at full speed, like education sites and tourist sites, but users will have more patience for the visit of social media and email, writes Datanews.be. In addition there is the Wi-Fi network is also used for other sites and Internet services. How high that rate will be is unclear.

The Walloon government has 3.1 million earmarked for the plan and wants to encourage the use of ICT with wifi access. The six cities are Bergen, Bastogne Liege, Namur, Louvain-la-Neuve and Tournai. Spa and Charleroi would be discussed at a later stage. When can be in the cities, wifi used is not clear.

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