Wi-Fi available in City Hall square

Free Wi-Fi in Dublin

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Wi-Fi available in City Hall square

Wi-Fi available in City Hall square

Dublin City Council has begun rolling out free public Wi-Fi access in a dozen sites across the capital.

They are :

  • Smithfield Square
  • Barnardo’s Square
  • Clarendon Street
  • St. Patrick’s Park
  • O’Connell Street Plaza / GPO
  • Temple Bar Square
  • Wolfe Tone Square
  • Frontage to the Convention Centre Dublin
  • Merrion Square
  • Henry Street
  • Grafton Street
  • Outdoor amphitheatre located at Civic Offices.

We’d like to hear from rabble out there what they think of the plans, and if you’ve used one of the access points how you found it for speed, distance, ease-of-access etc.

Dublin City Council has completed the tender process for the introduction of a free WiFi service, which will provide free internet access at key destinations within Dublin City. The successful service provider is Gowex, a Spanish company that has provided similar quality services throughout Europe. The contract with Gowex was signed on 19th October 2012, and an implementation programme is being finalised.

Comments

  1. Grafton street is pretty good, use it quite often. Need to register and sign in an all that stuff but it’s pretty useful

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