Boris Johnson wants London to be a Wi-Fi city with coverage for all citizens. Johnson told BBC News, "What we need is a city where anywhere you go, you can log on, you can get on the web. They've done it in other parts of the world; why on earth can't we do it?"
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Despite the big dreams, Johnson offered no methods or plans for actually paying for the massive undertaking. It would be nice to see free Wi-Fi for all, but judging from the cost in the millions to install municipal Wi-Fi networks in America, it will be a while coming.
Johnson also criticized a plan from Gordon Brown that would approve £300 million in vouchers for poor families to buy computers and internet connections.
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