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Another step forwards for free Wi-Fi in the Brussels Region

The STIB has plans to equip its metro stations with free Wi-Fi.
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The STIB has plans to equip its metro stations with free Wi-Fi.

A test phase has been underway at Porte de Hal station since 16 September 2016. The Brussels public transport company has announced that sinds this year, 15 city’s metro stations are equipped with free Wi-Fi: Maelbeek, Trône, Porte de Namur, Louise, Porte de Hal, Gare du Midi, Clémenceau, Delacroix, Madou, Botanique, Rogier, Yser, Ribaucourt, Simonis/Elisabeth et Gare de l'Ouest. And the STIB does not intend to stop there. It is to equip the remaining metro stations (69 in total) by september 2017.

This extension of free Wi-Fi in Brussels is part of the Smart City project being run by the BRIC to provide significant added value for our Region.

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