Dallas Market Center Expands Free Wi-Fi Access

DALLAS-Dallas Market Center has increased free Wi-Fi access throughout the common areas of its campus, with a more than 65 percent increase in bandwidth, allowing for faster download speeds.

Also, according to a statement from the market center, AT&T has enlarged its wireless network throughout the buildings to enhance wireless coverage and capacity. Free Wi-Fi service is now available throughout the common areas including the atrium walkway areas on all World Trade Center (WTC) and Trade Mart floors, hallways in the International Trade Plaza, the Internet Lounge (WTC 1-147), WTC Cafeteria, the runway area on the WTC 14th floor and the District One Five Lounge (WTC, 15th floor). Users can connect to the free Wi-Fi service by choosing the wireless network "1 Free HotSpot from DMC" on their wireless devices.

Cindy Morris, the market center's chief operating officer, said, "With the newly completed upgrades, buyers are expected to see better wireless coverage than ever before during January markets."

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