KANSAS CITY -- Connecting wirelessly to the Internet in Kansas City is now a lot easier, as Time Warner Cable (TWC) today announced the launch of TWC WiFiTM, the company’s new, innovative service that is free to all TWC customers with Standard and above Internet plans, as well as Starter Internet customers.
With today’s launch, customers can now access TWC WiFi at popular Kansas City locations such as the River Market, Crossroads District/Downtown Kansas City, 18th and Vine District, Brookside, Waldo, Westport and Loose Park.
Time Warner Cable plans to continue to expand the TWC WiFi network to additional popular locations in the Kansas City area in the coming months. A full list of Kansas City area locations where TWC WiFi is currently available can be found at the bottom of this release.
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