Toledo officials received two bids this afternoon from companies proposing to create a Wi-Fi network for the city s 88 square miles.
The companies were Buckeye CableSystem of Toledo and MetroFi, Inc., of Mountain View, Calif.
City leaders want to create a system where residents all over town will have access to high-speed Wi-Fi service for a price, low-income residents will have discounted Internet service, and police, firefighters and other city agencies will have free Wi-Fi service.
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