The Ville de Paris is currently setting up 400 Wi-Fi hotspots across the capital which will offer cost-free wireless internet access for Parisians and visitors alike as of June this year. Located in 250 government buildings including museums, local town halls, libraries and social centres, as well as in municipal parks and gardens, the Wi-Fi hotspots will be accessible during regular opening hours. Operated by SFR Alcatel-Lucent, the Wi-Fi project has been financed by the city council and the R

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