New York City has finally decided to follow China’s lead and start a project to implement internet WiFi wireless hotspots in old public phone booths. The public phones will still be available and in working order.
Not everything is corrupt in the city that never sleeps and the authorities finally decided to allow 12,000 old phone booths to be upgraded with WiFi hotspots.
Like most of you, we are also amazed at this useful and modern initiative.
American taxpayers shouldn’t be worried, as their tax money is still funding online terrorism against sovereign countries located away on other continents and other collateral victims of government-made computer viruses and trojans.
The investment effort is reportedly
all relying on advertising companies, so the taxpayer is actually not paying anything for this initiative.
There are currently six WiFi booths in Manhattan, two in Brooklyn and one in Queens, as these nine are the first test hotspots implemented until now.