Heck if I can find anything wrong with this:
About 95 percent of Springfield would get free wireless Internet access under a
tentative deal announced Tuesday by Mayor Tim Davlin and representatives of
Residents could use the service at no charge at certain speeds but would have to view advertising. Vicki Jones of AT&T said the free speeds would likely start at 200 kilobits per second, about four times faster than dial-up service.
Residents could pay a to-be-determined fee for higher speeds, which would deliver as much as 1 megabit (or about five times as fast as 200 kilobits) of data per second, she said.
The free service would cover 25 to 30 square miles, roughly 47,000 homes and areas where people congregate, Jones said
Check out the entire SJ-R article. It’s nothing but good news. The city and it’s residents pay almost nothing and we get the internet through the air.
Gee, going smoke-free AND getting Wi-Fi. What city are you and what have you done with the lazy backwater I used to know?