No cost Net on way for CBD

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Ro­torua’s CBD is set to get free WiFi af­ter IT ser­vices provider TechCafe an­nounced the open­ing of a new re­gional of­fice.

The WiFi will be eas­ily ac­ces­si­ble to any­one in the CBD with sim­ple click and con­nect ac­cess.

John Joyce, busi­ness devel­op­ment man­ager at TechCafe, said it was an ex­cit­ing devel­op­ment to be part of for Ro­torua.

‘‘This is a great move for Roto- rua and we are proud to be the mar­ket lead­ers in this space,’’ he said.

‘‘We want to en­sure Ro­torua lo­cals and tourists can ben­e­fit from this and be­lieve it’s a great op­por­tu­nity for local busi­ness to get on­board and sup­port this game-chang­ing move.

‘‘TechCafe wants to play their part in un­der­pin­ning Ro­torua’s growth.’’

This devel­op­ment will also help local tourism in Ro­torua and is a nice ex­tra for tourists to be able to ac­cess this in the city.

Busi­nesses who part­ner with TechCafe on this ven­ture will have their logo fea­tured on the WiFi’s land­ing page and TechCafe’s web­site, among other pro­mo­tional op­por­tu­ni­ties.

‘‘While we have met­ro­pol­i­tan hubs in Auck­land, Welling­ton and Christchurch, we be­lieve the re­gions of New Zealand shouldn’t miss out on hav­ing high-qual­ity WiFi,’’ said TechCafe’s Matt Daw­son.

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