The Public Library of Ávila offers internet with Wi-Fi in its facilities

   The Public Library of Ávila, managed by the Junta de Castilla y León, already has a wireless network with Wi-Fi technology for open Internet connection, as reported today by the Territorial Delegation in a statement collected by Europa Press.

  By using the Wireless service, any user can freely browse the Internet from their laptop for free.

  In this way, any library user who has their own laptop with the appropriate technology can use this service free of charge, which will allow them to access the Internet from any reading or consultation position within their facilities by simply activating the browser.

  The facility has nine antennas that cover 100 percent of the surface for public use, as well as the office area and technical processes.

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