ATAC introduces free Wi-Fi

 Rome's public transport company ATAC has launched a new WiFi service providing its passengers with a free internet connection for up to one hour a day.

More than 60 access points – identifiable by the AtacWiFi logo – can be found on 20 trams (lines 2, 3 and 8), 11 terminals and 31 electronic panels positioned on streets around central Rome. In addition to one hour’s free internet, users will have unlimited access to the city's mobility and tourism websites.

The multichannel platform can be accessed from any device, mobile or fixed, with internet access.

To access the service simply connect to the network "AtacWiFi", or else just type into your browser.

To avail of internet access select the "naviga gratis" service after which you must register – for free – with RomaWireless by following the instructions provided.

For details of the AtacWiFi location points see the ATAC website.

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