Clonmel Chamber has been successful in securing funding from the South Tipperary Development Company for the deployment of free to use wi-fi network in the town centre.
The wi-fi network will be accessible to all members of the public in the town centre with wi-fi enabled devices such as PDA’S, laptops, net books and smart phones. This project is another element of the organisation’s efforts to make Clonmel a better place to live, work in and visit.
Clonmel Chamber will be one of the first towns in the country to provide this innovate and free service to the public. This project has been in development for the last twelve months and has been supported by the Borough Council. This project will deliver real benefits to the town; it delivers a new and exciting technology to Clonmel residents, visitors and tourists alike at no cost.
The project will be rolled out over the coming weeks and is expected to go live in September.
Clonmel Chamber Director Don Davern who has been driving the project said - “We are proud to announce this major project, this is Clonmel embracing 21st century technology, this project is technology for all with no barriers to access. This is a very proud moment for the Chamber and the town”
The Chamber has acknowledged its gratitude to the South Tipperary Development Company in supporting this application