Livingston County Library to begin loaning wi-fi hotspots to patrons

The Livingston County Library recently received an LSTA Technology Mini-grant grant for the library’s Technology Reboot Project that included the purchase of 10 new hotspots that will be available to the public beginning April 1, 2022.

Mobile wi-fi hotspots are portable and allow up to 12 devices to connect to the internet at the same time anywhere in the U.S. covered by Sprint/T-Mobile/Beacon Networks. Sue Lightfoot-Horine, Library Director, said, “We are excited to bring more internet accessibility to our patrons by lending more mobile hotspots for individual use. Our hope is to better serve our community by having the new policy in place so more patrons can take advantage of our lending program.”

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