Taipei has now reportedly opened free-of-charge Wi-Fi services, and the number of users has already reached 1.8 million.

Taipei reportedly launched free Wi-Fi services in some special venues in July 2011, and it now opened about 540 access points in outdoor public places as well as access points on about 500 buses, offering free-of-charge Wi-Fi services with bandwidth of 512 Kbps. The Taipei government said there are currently over 2,000 access points in Taipei and they spent proximately NTD30 million in the establishment of these access points.

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