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More El Paso Libraries Offer WIFI

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POSTED: Thursday, August 12, 2010 - 4:49am

UPDATED: Thursday, August 12, 2010 - 9:47am

EL PASO - More libraries now offer free WiFi!

Three more public library facilities are serving up free wireless Internet access for the public to use.

That means students, business people, professionals, job seekers and others need simply walk into any of these facilities and get connected to their schools, jobs or clients quickly and easily.

The Dorris Van Doren Branch – 551 Redd Rd., the Richard Burges Branch-9600 Dyer and the Esperanza Acosta Moreno Branch-12480 Pebble Hills, went live with their new WiFi service this week.

This brings the total number of public libraries offering WiFi to 6. The Main Library, Memorial Park Branch and Judge Marquez Branch have offered the service for several months.

To get connected, patrons must:

Have a computer or other device with wireless network capability.
Look for the wireless network entitled Digital El Paso.
Agree to the terms and conditions set forth in a statement that pops up regarding use of the wireless network.

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