According to a report at eWeek, the Wireless Fidelity network will blanket virtually every home, business and city office with high-speed wireless Internet.
Chaska is also one of the first cities to offer Wi-Fi as a municipal service that competes with commercial broadband providers. At about $16 a month for home users, the city service will be cheaper than the national companies.
The service is mainly for consumer use, but police cars in this Minneapolis suburb will be outfitted with Wi-Fi-capable computers. The service is being offered as a joint effort with California-based Tropos Networks.
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