Londoners and much of the tourists visiting the city will be happy with the news. The Finnish company Nokia began the month of November installing Internet access free in different emblematic places in London.
In this way, Westminster Abbey, Victoria, Marylebone and West End, among other tourist areas, will have high-speed service unless visitors face no costs.
No doubt, you have good reception by those who want to share on social networks instantly places that are traveling in London, but do not have a mobile phone with 3 G connection, or have a computer or other device that requires Wi-Fi to navigate. Either for people who wish to check your mailbox or communicating with friends and family in the distance.
If the project succeeds during the two months of November-December - test, Nokia will offer the service of free Wi-Fi in a stable after 2012. According to the BBC News website, this initiative is just one of several that seeks to give London free of charge and wireless Internet access.