The City of Vancouver is adding more free WiFi hot spots to their network with the inclusion of 15 more community centres and parks.
There are a total of 21 civic locations with free WiFi available, including six already installed this year in Mount Pleasant, Champlain Heights, Coal Harbour and Yaletown Roundhouse Community Centres and the Langara and Fraserview Golf Clubs.
The network, #VanWiFi operated by TELUS, will soon be available in 43 civic buildings and locations, such as outdoor pools, theatres, marinas, and recreational facilities. The next 22 hot spots will be installed in 2016.
As of today, Vancouverites can enjoy free WiFi at these additional 15 locations:
To log on, select the “VanWiFi” network, and then open your browser on your tablet, phone, or laptop. Users will be redirected to the Van Wifi homepage and will be automatically connected to the internet.
The City of Vancouver installed free public wifi in all Vancouver Public Library locations in 2007. They’ve more recently added it to City Hall, Development Services and the Parks Board Office.
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