Free Wifi On The Streets Of Tel Aviv

The Internet is essential to modern man just as food, air and clothing, so the main attractions of the city government will organize free Wi-Fi zone, including in shopping malls. This practice is used worldwide, but only now got to Tel Aviv, which is Israel.
Local authorities decided to organize a whole city of free Internet. Literally within a short time they installed Wi-Fi in parts of the city where tourists are constantly.
For example, last month gave the tourists and local residents about 60 points with free wireless Internet. In the near future there will be another 20 points. They will be posted at local beaches, parks, and main attractions of Tel Aviv. All points are not chosen randomly, but during the voting, which was conducted on the official website of the city in one of the social networks.
To connect with tourists and locals will not take much time. To do this, you will be invited to join the network called "free_tlv" and then accept the user agreement. Throughout the holiday you will be able to get in touch with your family and friends thanks to this innovation, but will not spend a penny.

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