CIRB, the Brussels Regional Informatics Centre , has announced that there are currently 221 WiFi spots in the city of Brussels.
However they seem to have reached capacity as new WiFi spots are to be expected. The aim is to offer better service to both residents and tourists.
wifi.brussels currently has more than 145,000 secure connections per day (6,568,726 per month) via many access points.
Out of these current 221 spots, 109 are located in interior areas, such as libraries and even metro and pre-metro stations of the STIB. The most active spots being Gare du Midi, Arts-Loi, De Brouckère and of course Grand Place.
“The majority agreement of the Brussels government confirms its willingness to extend the wifi.brussels network. “ states Bernard Clerfayt (DéFI), Minister in charge of Digital Transition. “These spots are a real success and it contributes to the image of Brussels as a modern city.”