WASHINGTON (AP) Free Wi-Fi in Metro will start as soon as Metro is up and running, but you’ll have to sign up before then.
Metro said Thursday it’s giving free Wi-FI to Metro users who use its unlimited hotspots.
That means you’ll get the free hotspets starting Friday, but it won’t be until April that you can use them.
The service is free until the end of the year, and then it will cost $5 a month.
Metro’s unlimited hot spots will offer speeds of up to 2G or 5G, depending on the area and whether you’re using it on the bus or at the Metro station.
They’ll also have more coverage than the standard Metro network.
To sign up, sign up for a Metro hotspot account at Metro.com.
Metro will provide you with a phone number for free and will provide your first number and password when you sign up.
The hotspots will be available from 9 a.m. to 10 p.m., every day.
They can be set up anywhere in Metro.
The Metro team says this free hotsspot is designed to provide Metro with additional flexibility and will allow the system to be more efficient in managing network resources.
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