The number of wireless networks in the world is growing every day, promising in the near future broadcast input to the global network from anywhere and without major problems, you just need a device with WiFi module.
Currently, there are about 350 cities in 103 countries of the world where there are public wireless networks of different scales and their number is constantly increasing.
The absolute and undisputed leadership in the number of access points belongs to the United States. Next are England, Germany, France and Japan. However, when counting hotspots in a particular city, it turns out that the leader is not one of the American cities. At the first place is London. Then it is followed by Tokyo, New York, Paris, Singapore, Berlin and Chicago.
We don't want to weary you listing of cities covered by wireless networks, we want to show only some of them, a huge ones and a small ones but very active. Thus, we stress that our project is a logical continuation of existing development trends of wireless access to the Internet.