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Limavady Town Centre Covered by New FREE WiFi Network

Wednesday, November 18th, 2015 (1:58 am) - Score 788

The town centre of Limavady in Londonderry (Northern Ireland) has been covered by a new free street-based public WiFi hotspot network that reaches through Main Street, Market Street, Catherine Street and Linenhall Street.

The installation forms part of a wider WiFi project that also includes the towns of Ballycastle and Ballymoney, which fall within the Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council area. All of these networks are being provided by a network operator called WiFi SPARK.

Other Northern Ireland towns that benefit from free WiFi include Strabane, Portadown and Banbridge Town Centre. Users of the service will only need to enter their name and email address in order to use the service.

David Brewster, Roe Valley Chamber of Commerce President, said:

I’m very pleased to hear that Limavady town WiFi is now in place, benefitting both residents and visitors alike. Being online is so much part of our way of life nowadays and enriches the visitor experience in Limavady.”

This joint project is part funded by Ballymoney Borough Council, Limavady Borough Council, and Moyle District Council prior to the local government merger, and the Department for Social Development through the Town Revitalisation Programme. It’s worth noting that the overall Limavady area has a population of more than 32,000 and 55% of those are under the age of 35.

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