New wireless public access points to Internet in Vera Beach

Vera WiFi network expands to the beach.

Vera WiFi network expands to the beach.
Vera WiFi network expands to the beach.

To connect to the Internet has to request the username and password in person at the City Council or any of its offices.

Vera City Council has extended the areas of free public Internet access 2 new business on the beach, specifically in the Plaza de la Pergola and Avenida Ciudad de Alicante. Thus Internet coverage is extended to an area of ​​the city that still had no access.

In order that all citizens have access to new technologies, the area that runs Councilwoman Maria Isabel Belmonte seeks to ensure the Internet connection in open spaces through this service. This expanded coverage is part of the project WifiVera, in any case, It is designed as an alternative to communications and navigation services offered by commercial operators.

Antonio Ramos, responsible for computing the area of ​​the City veratense, notes that "as long as required by the laws and regulations in force, Vera City Council offers a user connection speed in no case exceed the 256 Kbps. In the same way, the maximum connection time per user per day is limited to 3 hours. It is intended that the use of the available bandwidth is performed stepwise gradually and, controlling and distributing evenly at all times available resources ". These 2 new access points are added to the 4 existing and which are located in Plaza de la Verja, Library Square, Plaza of Spain and Bus Station.

From the Department of New Technologies explained that, in accordance with the guidelines set by the Commission of Telecommunications Market, the service provider -the City of Veracruz, must control at all times access made through its infrastructure. For this reason, is a prerequisite that the users have a user name and password to browse.