Saturday, September 26, 2009

Free WiFi installation for communities and charities

Freerunner are offering 50 communities in the UK the chance to have a
free WiFi service installed in a public place in the community, for a
three-year period. If your community is interested, you need to
contact them to tell them why your community needs WiFi.

The funding for the service comes from the commercial side of their
business, corporate sponsorship and advertising which is placed at the
start of your Internet session.

They have also partnered with JustGiving.com to come and install the
Freerunner service for free for 500 charities. Your charity needs to
have a broadband connection in place, and if you are successful,
Freerunner will come and install their WiFi service free of charge.

See the Freerunner website for more information:
http://www.freerunr.com/community/