Free wireless Internet in downtown Pasco

By The Tri-City HeraldMay 20, 2014 

Free wireless Internet service is being offered in parts of downtown Pasco, including the farmers market and Peanuts Park.

The Downtown Pasco Development Authority announced it is working with the Franklin PUD and Pasco-based Telco Wireless Services to provide the Wi-Fi service, which can serve up to 100 people within range.

The enhancements are part of the development authority's efforts to attract people to downtown, according to a news release.

Click on "Downtown_free_ WiFi" on the list of Wi-Fi options on smartphones, tablets and laptops to access the service, which became available Tuesday.

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