Free Wi-Fi to be launched in four Saskatchewan cities

27 Feb 2007

The Canadian province of Saskatchewan will provide free Wi-Fi internet access in the business districts of its four biggest cities beginning in May, in a joint project between the local government, incumbent telco SaskTel and other partners. The project, costing over USD1 million, will provide free wireless internet access in downtown Saskatoon, Regina, Prince Albert and Moose Jaw. It will also be available in the Broadway area of Saskatoon, the Cathedral area of Regina and on all university and Saskatchewan Institute of Applied Science and Technology campuses.

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