Free mobile hot spots coming to library

Here’s a creative way to beat the cold, even if only figuratively: Next month, the Kennett Public Library will offer mobile WiFi hot spots for library members to borrow and use for free.

Wireless HotSpots will offer free Internet access anywhere and are perfect for schoolwork, job hunting, travel or social networking; they will be available at the library the month of March, thanks to a generous donation from T-Mobile, said a library press release.

“We are grateful to T-Mobile for giving us this opportunity to test the waters on this new technology and make it available to our community,” Library Director Donna Murray said in the release.

The Wireless HotSpots will be available free of charge for three days at a time to any library member with a current Chester County Library system library card. As part of the pilot program, users will be asked to complete a short survey, and must return the devices to the Kennett Library, the release said.

For more information on this or other library programs, visit the library at 216 E. State St., in downtown Kennett Square, or call 610-444-2702.




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