Free Wi-Fi for Harrington Square, Cape Town

2013-11-01 09:09
Cape Town - Harrington Square in Cape Town, location of the famous Charly's Bakery, will soon be offering free Wi-Fi.

Tourism Update reports that Cape Town Partnership, Connected Space, District Six Museum, Charly's Bakery, Woodheads and The Bank are all working together to make this possible.

Cape Town Partnership CEO, Bulelwa Makalima-Ngewana said that public spaces are fast becoming an essential part of Cape Town's character and that free wireless is a growing trend in the city. She added that she hoped the spreading connectivity will make Cape Town the most information-accessible city in the country. 

The Wi-Fi can be accessed through a URL login and there is a 100MB cap per person, per day.

This is the latest public space in Cape Town to receive free Wi-Fi. Green Point as well as the Company's Gardens are currently offering the service.

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