Cronus donates Wifi system to Greektown Detroit District

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In 2013, the Internet reached a whole new level with the revolutionary launch of Greektown Wifi. Greektown Wi-Fi hotspot that delivers broadband speed and performance to Greektown Detroit.

Greektown Wifi is a service of Cronus Communications.  Cronus Communications has built a revolutionary wireless broadband network in Greektown Detroit.  Greektown Wifi keeps Greektown connected to the world.  More and more people are emailing, instant messaging, tweeting and surfing the web everywhere in the downtown core.

Greektown Wifi internet is available everywhere in Greektown District.  Connect to the internet with high speeds and excellent connectivity.

Cronus Communications First to Launch Free Wi-Fi Access in Detroit’s Greektown

Free Wireless Internet Access in Greektown Detroit Now Available to Public

DETROIT, Michigan (October 15, 2013) – Detroit’s historic Detroit & Greektown now has free public Wi-Fi supplied by Cronus Communications.

Cronus Communications is the first company in Detroit to provide free Internet on such a large scale. The Wi-Fi is now accessible on Monroe Street, from Chrysler Service drive to Randolph Ave.

When in these areas, turn on your Wi-Fi enabled device, connect to the ‘Greektown Wi-Fi’ signal and launch your browser to agree with the terms of service.

“Greektown is a district where people should be able to live, work and play,” said Tom Paparaptis, president and founder of Cronus Communications. “And as local businesses, we need to offer continued advantages to move into this district, to increase its revitalization and rebirth.”

“With such growth in Detroit these days, it’s important to provide free Wi-Fi, starting with Greektown and the entertainment   corridor on Monroe,” Paparaptis said. “We will be promoting Detroit events and business’ through our mobile marketing technology and we’re eager to engage with local companies.”

According to Paparaptis, Cronus has over 155 nodes (network connection areas) that aren’t used for Wi-Fi but rather commercial use. These can be converted to cover the whole city depending on demand.

“This is a great start so far and we look forward to working with groups and individuals interested in extending the network,” Paparaptis said.

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