Abilene Public Library now has WiFi hotspots available

To better meet the needs of the area, the Abilene Public Library has purchased WiFi hotspots with a federal grant. The hotspots are intended for students to use when they do not have access to WiFi, but any adult can borrow the hotspots for up to two weeks.

“It’s a good opportunity to try it out, see what the demand is for this community,” said Jordyn Peyla, teen and technology director for the library. “A lot of our regular patrons here who use the computers don’t have internet access at home for a variety of reasons, so this is opening up the potential for them to take the internet home and try and see if they’d like to pursue setting it up at their house or taking it with them.”

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