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Highworth coverage update

The majority of Highworth is now covered


Swindon Advertiser - District Auditor Clears Council Over Wi-Fi

After months of scrutiny and allegations, the District Auditor has said that Swindon Council followed the letter of the law in securing its wi-fi contract with Digital City.

BBC News - Britons spend nearly ‘one day a month online’

British web users are spending 65% more time online than three years ago, according to research of net habits.

A Signal project update (Video)

A 5 minute video about the Signal project.


Digital City’s 2 free hours helps the Government’s Digital Inclusion task force achieve their target

The Government's Champion for Digital Inclusion, Martha Lane Fox (co-founder of, told BBC's Working Lunch that the economic benefit of complete digital inclusion would amount to £22 billion, through better education, increased employment and the saving individuals could make. "The web really has changed the dynamics of our economy and we need to make sure that is true for every single person in the UK."

BBC News - Rural Town Installs Wi-Fi Cloud

Highworth in Wiltshire has become Britain's first wi-fi town, giving all its residents free internet access.

Swindon Advertiser - Why Wi-Fi Scheme Matters To Us All

Who really cares if everyone in Swindon has free or cheap access to wi-fi or not?

BBC News - Internet access is “a fundamental right”.

Almost four in five people around the world believe that access to the internet is a fundamental right, a poll for the BBC World Service suggests.

Local Government Chronicle - Press

First phase of Swindon council's free internet plan completed

Business Reaction to Wi-Fi in Swindon

Chamber event offers local businesses an update on wi-fi roll-out

Health Protection Agency - Press Release

Scientists probe laptops' Wi-Fi emissions

Signal February Update

Here is an update of the Signal Wi-Fi project to date


Public Comments

Here's what you're saying about us - positive comments received from members of the public.


Signal January Update

Here is an update of the Signal Wi-fi project to date.


Video from Highworth Launch

The big switch-on, a short video made by SwindonWeb covering our launch in Highworth yesterday. Click to watch!


Prize draw for Highworth launch

To accompany our launch in Highworth yesterday, we decided to give away three 32gb Ipod Touch's and three one year subscriptions to our unlimited internet access plan. Click to see if you won!


The Independent - Press

Far from resting on its laurels, the hitherto unsung technological hub of the M4 corridor yesterday announced its latest initiative to blaze a trail of technical and social innovation for the rest of Britain to follow...

Times Online - Press

A great article about us from the Times Online "Swindon to become first UK wi-fi town"

Swindon Advertiser - Press

SWINDON is to become the first town in the UK to offer free wireless internet to all residents. The new £1m Swindon Council scheme will debut in Highworth next month and roll out to the whole borough by April.

The Economist - Press

ON A cold and drizzly autumn day, no one would mistake Swindon, a prosperous mid-sized town near Bristol, for northern California...

Swindon Advertiser - Safety Spotlight on Town Wi-Fi Mesh

The health impacts of Swindon’s wi-fi scheme are to be discussed during an ‘emergency’ health overview and scrutiny meeting tonight.

Feature covering Highworth Launch

Feature by John Popham, a representative of DC10 Plus

Signal Christmas Support Hours

Below are our Christmas Hours; Friday 24th December Open 8am to 2pm Saturday 25th December Closed Sunday 26th December Closed Monday 27th December Closed Tuesday 28th December Closed Wednesday 29th December Open 9am to 5.30pm Thursday 30th December Open 9am to 5.30pm Friday 31st December Open 9am to 5.30pm Saturday 1st January Closed Sunday 2nd January Closed Monday 3rd January Closed


The Daily Express - Press

"Based on current knowledge, RF exposures from Wi-Fi are likely to be lower than those from mobile phones” (Source

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