Telenor opened Internet park in Niš
Niš, June 23, 2009 – St Sava Park in Niš has free Telenor Internet as of today. Surrounded by greenery, Niš citizens will have an opportunity to surf the Web in the coming months. This is the fourth park in our country which has got free Telenor Internet this year, after the park near Vuk’s Monument in Belgrade, Danube Park in Novi Sad and Grand Park in Kragujevac.
By implementing the Internet Parks project, Telenor in Serbia contributes to the fast inclusion of our country among developed countries, since Internet availability and IT literacy have for years reflected a development rate of a country. Telenor has designed all individual Internet Parks, installed the equipment and will take care of its maintenance.
“Great reactions of citizens last year and a high number of visits to the Park have motivated us to come to Niš again. By opening the parks across Serbia, we wish to provide free Internet access to as many citizens as possible. Telenor 3G signal now reaches nearly 45% of the population in Serbia in more than 200 cities and towns,” says upon the Park opening Goran Stupar, the Media Coordinator of Telenor.
Last June, Serbia got its first Internet Park ever, in Students Park in Belgrade. Vojvode Bojovića Park in Niš was the first Internet Park opened by Telenor in that city last year.
The Internet Parks concept has been present in many cities across the world for years, and owing to Telenor, Internet is closer to citizens of Serbia as well, for the second consecutive year.