Telenor continues to open Internet parks
Free Telenor Internet in Danube Park in Novi Sad
June 16, 2009 – After the park near Vuk’s Monument in Belgrade, Danube Park in Novi Sad is the second park in our country with free Telenor Internet this year. Surrounded by the greenery, Novi Sad citizens and visitors will have an opportunity to check their e-mail and surf the web for free in the coming months.
Telenor has prepared design solutions for all individual Internet parks, installed the equipment and will take care of its maintenance. Since the Internet availability and literacy have for years been the criteria of a development rate of a society, Telenor in Serbia implements projects such as this one, thus contributing to Serbia’s fast inclusion in the family of developed countries.
“The Telenor Internet in parks project also facilitates the tourist offer of the city, and makes all Novi Sad visitors during music and other cultural events feel as in any other large city of the world, where they can be timely informed and learn everything about the city they are visiting in the fastest possible manner,” said upon the opening Goran Stupar, Media Coordinator in Telenor.
After Novi Sad and Belgrade, parks with free Internet access will also be opened in Kraljevo, Kragujevac, Niš, and Čačak in the course of this year.
The Internet Parks concept has been present in many cities across the world for years, and owing to Telenor Internet, citizens of Serbia can be closer to the world and to each other for the second consecutive year.
Last June, Serbia got its first Internet Park ever, when Telenor’s signal in Students Park enabled fast Internet outdoors. Following Belgrade, Internet parks were opened in Novi Sad, Niš, Kraljevo and Kragujevac. Telenor’s 3G signal, which provides fast Internet, reaches nearly 45% of the population in Serbia in more than 200 cities and towns today.