BT ‘Street Hubs’ offering free Wi-Fi planned for Ashford town centre in Kent first

By lcastle@thekmgroup.co.uk (Liane Castle) Controversial Wi-Fi hubs offering a place for people to charge their phones could be installed in Kent for the first time. The BT ‘Street Hubs’, which are described as a modern alternative to the phone box, are part of the telecoms giant’s plan to boost digital connectivity across the UK. Bosses want to erect four units in Ashford town centre and say they will be funded through advertisements shown on “state-of-the-art” LED screens. They claim the hubs can provide improved 4G and 5G coverage, allow free calls to emergency numbers and can monitor the a…

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