Sprint to help provide free Wi-Fi in Kansas City

As long-term viability of video services comes into question for cable operators, optimism has been fueled by the development of the public Wi-Fi business. However, not all markets are wide open. As FierceWireless reports, Sprint (NYSE: S) is set to help power a free Wi-Fi network for downtown Kansas City, Mo., as part of a $15 million smart cities project the city has developed in collaboration with Cisco Systems. The complete story can be read here.  

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