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“Khodynka field” is the third Park of the capital, where this year connected the free city network.

In the Park “Khodynka” in the North of Moscow, the Department of information technology organized access to free wireless Internet.

“Places with the ability to connect to free public Wi-Fi network becomes more and more. This year “Khodynka field” is the third Moscow Park where there was a free city network. Muscovites can connect to wifi and surf the Internet 43 city parks,” said Alexander Kharitonov, head of management support of the citywide wireless network Wi-Fi of the Moscow Department of information technology.

First parks, where six years ago there was a free municipal Wi-Fi became “Sokolniki”, Tsaritsyno and Kolomenskoye. Today, the number of access points in parks of Moscow is more than 1.2 thousand. Most residents and guests of the metropolis are urban Internet in the parks Kolomenskoe, Sokolniki, Izmailovo Park, Muzeon Park and Victory Park.

To date, in Moscow, established more than 18 thousand access points free Wi-Fi. Of these, more than three thousand work within the Garden ring, and locally within the Third transport ring and cover most of the main streets.

Moscow has begun testing the 5G communication standardMoscow was included into a three of world leaders on number of free access points Wi-Fi

To connect to the network can also be used in the dormitories of the universities (10.5 thousand access points), 334 libraries (more than 2.1 thousand), 200 cultural centers (913 access points), 16 museums (392 access point), a 13-cinema network “Moschino” and the club-Museum “Eldar” (62 access point).

Accompanied by the Wi-Fi service centralized technical support. To consult on connecting and using Wi-Fi on the streets in the city center and some parks, you can call the number: 7 (800) 300-69-89.

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