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There are a variety of locations across the County where it is possible to make use of Free Public Wi-Fi on your personal smart phone, tablet or laptop.
The Wi-Fi provided offers filtered internet access at:
In collaboration with the Newport Super Connected Cities project, an investment has been made by the UK Government to provide Monmouthshire residents and visitors with free public Wi-Fi on all of the Grass Roots community bus network and public buses with connections to Newport and across the County.
The services and routes are summarised in the table below:
In addition to the Free Public Wi-Fi locations all of Monmouthshire Libraries have PCs available for residents use to provide Internet access.
Your local library also offers access to MS Office 2010 for word processing, spread sheets and presentations. Printing and scanning are available for a small charge.
All libraries have accessible computer facilities: large screens, a big keys keyboard, Microsoft Accessibility Software and Read & Write Gold Mobile Accessibility Software
Monmouthshire is fast becoming a digital leader in Wales. Find out how and learn if you can benefit.
Monmouthshire County Council recognises the need to support Monmouthshire communities in prospering in our growing digital society and published in 2014 its iCounty & Digital Roadmap Vision.
Monmouthshire Business and Enterprise collaborate with the UK Government, the Welsh Government and Internet Service Providers to seek the best Broadband provision possible across the County.
Join the social network to share ideas, contribute to development plans and shape the future of the County.
Many Council Services are now available for residents to access online 24/7. From making Council Tax payments to reserving Books and DVDs for collection at your local Library.
In 2012 Monmouthshire County Council supported one of its many creative communities in developing MonmouthpediA: the World’s first and only accredited Wikipedia town.