Free WiFi coming to downtown Princeton

From the Princeton Daily Clarion

PRINCETON Downtown Princeton will soon be one giant WiFi hotspot, confirmed local entrepreneur Kyle Johnson.

Johnson, the president of Onsite Health Occupational Health and Safety Inc. and owner of several downtown buildings, announced Monday that most buildings in the square would fall within the new wireless umbrella.

Instant internet access may be free, but there is one stipulation to having full access: providing your zip code. 

Johnson said collected zip code data would go to the Gibson County Economic Development Corp. and Gibson County Visitors & Tourism Bureau, giving the organizations demographic data on who is visiting the square.

The wireless service base will be located at his Onsite Occupational Health building located on the west side of the courthouse square on Hart Street.

The service isn’t ready yet, but he said within the next few weeks the WiFi will be readily available. 

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