Events DC, the District’s “official convention and sports authority,” announced the expansion today.
“This expanded service, available this spring, will enable attendees visiting the Convention Center a level of complimentary Wi-Fi service to complete routine tasks such as checking email, utilizing social media tools and navigating online platforms and applications, hassle-free while enriching the guest experience,” the Events DC press release reads. “This enhanced Wi-Fi capability will also allow attendees the ability to get online with ease without depleting their personal mobile data.”
Though the center launched its free wi-fi service in 2011, wireless internet wasn’t freely available in areas like meeting rooms and exhibit halls, said Events DC spokeswoman Ashley Forrester.
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