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There are 931 Wi-Fi access points in Moscow parks. There are more than 20 thousand such points in the city network.

The park of the 50th anniversary of October was connected to the city Wi-Fi network. This will allow citizens to stay in touch with loved ones while walking and save Internet traffic on their smartphones.

“The presence of a free Internet network in the parks allows their visitors to spend their free time comfortably using the possibilities of the city service. Now wireless Internet has appeared in the park of the 50th anniversary of October. This is one of the largest parks of culture and recreation in the south-west of Moscow, annually about one million people come here. In total, 931 Wi-Fi access points operate on the territory of 43 Moscow parks, ”said Alexander Kharitonov, head of the“ Citywide Wi-Fi ”project in the Moscow Department of Information Technologies.

After a large-scale reconstruction in 2018, the 50th Anniversary of October Park has become an even more comfortable place for recreation. Concerts, competitions, festivals and master classes are regularly held here. You can safely walk or play sports. The park has a climbing wall, ice rink, skate park, observation deck and stage. A special playground is organized for children with disabilities.

City Wi-Fi network

The city network has more than 20.2 thousand connection points. More than 3.7 thousand of them are located on the streets within the Garden and Third Transport Ring. Wireless internet is available in parks, cultural and sports institutions, student residences.

To connect to the free city Internet, you need to select Moscow_WiFi_Free from the list of available networks. After that, go through the identification in the browser using your account or via SMS. Then press the button “Enter the Internet”.

A single Wi-Fi space allows you to use the city network without re-authorization. Identification must be completed every three months. You can find out more about city Wi-Fi or make your suggestions by calling the support service: +7 (800) 300-69-89. Where and how to connect to the network, you can check at… You can check if there is Wi-Fi on a specific street at the map.

How to connect to free Wi-Fi in Moscow

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