- Associated Press - Friday, January 9, 2015

ATLANTA (AP) - Atlanta city officials say they’re now offering free wireless Internet at City Hall.

City of Atlanta Chief Information Officer Samir Saini said in a statement that the expansion of Wi-Fi is meant to reinforce the city’s goal of improving collaboration and the delivery of services to citizens. Saini says offering Wi-Fi at City Hall is part of a plan for the city to begin expanding Internet service in public settings throughout the city.

Officials say Atlanta residents and visitors can also access free public Wi-Fi at Piedmont Park and Grant Park.


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