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Free public Wi-Fi at 34 places tomorrow
Free public Wi-Fi service will be available on trial starting tomorrow at 34 locations across the territory.
The first phase of the trial include locations at various museums, such as the Taipa Houses Museum, the Museum of Macao, the Macao Museum of Art and the Museum of Taipa and Coloane; at public parks such as in Guia Hill, Taipa’s Flower City, Cheok Van’s barbecue area and in Areia Preta; at libraries run by the Civic and Municipal Affairs Bureau and the Cultural Affairs Bureau; at Friendship Square, Senado Square and Tap Seac Square, as well as at the Telecommunications Bureau and the lobby of the Cultural Centre.
Wi-Fi service can be accessed from 8am to 1am, through either non-encrypted or encrypted connections. The public name of the wireless network (SSID) is “wifigo” or “wifigo-s” respectively. The login name and password are the same and for both connections - “wifigo”.
Wi-Fi access for each user will be disconnected automatically after 45 minutes.
Operating data and opinion will be collected for the preparation of the second phase that consists of another 49 Wi-Fi location.
The special Wi-Fi service website will also be launched tomorrow at www.wifi.gov.mo.
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