Should cities have to provide free public Wi-Fi?
Everyone uses Wi-Fi everyday, on their phones. If the city offered free Wi-Fi, many people would like that, for calls over the internet, for email, for texting and for searching. Wi-Fi is used all over the world in the 1st world countries, and many businesses use Wi-Fi in the office to connect to the internet. Routers are not very expensive, if you look into the right places, like Best Buy.
Best Buy sells all kinds of routers, from a $30 router to a $1000 router, but the real expense is the internet. When you walk into a shop that has free Wi-Fi, and you use it, the store owner has to pay for the internet you used and other people used.
The solution is no. No city needs free Wi-Fi.