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Batavia, Geneva, and St. Charles, Illinois
"MetroFi is now requiring that cities in which it provides free, ad-supported Wi-Fi access to residents and visitors agree to a minimum service buy as part of the contract, van Haaften said. The firm previously had language in the contract that expressed more of a statement of intent that cities would buy wireless services, but didn’t require them. “We’re making that a stronger part of our RFP requirement,” van Haaften said. “We still build the network for free, but there is a requirement that there is a certain amount of services bought by from us by city departments.”"
"Business model change: Batavia, Geneva, St. Charles cannot get same Internet service offered by MetroFi in Aurora"