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Last Updated: Tuesday, 10 July 2007, 06:45 GMT 07:45 UK
Belfast to become a wireless city
Wi-fi connections are becoming more common
Wi-fi connections are becoming more common
Belfast is about to become a wireless city, promising surfing at the touch of a button in the park, bus or street.

BT engineers have completed the installation of wi-fi equipment in the city, following similar schemes in other UK cities.

When the technology is fully live, it will enable people to access high speed wireless broadband from a wide range of locations, the company said.

The move has been welcomed by Belfast City Council.






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