Free public WiFi will be available across Dublin City shortly.
After a successful trial period in three areas in the city centre, the new 'Open Roaming' is being rolled out further.
People can log on once, and then maintain a free internet connection as they move around the city, using 150 different public WiFi hotspots.
The service, from WBA, promises secure and private connections.
This development will allow for people to log in with their devices in certain areas around the city, with a view to making the entire city WiFi enabled.
Dublin is home to 30 per cent of the country’s working population and attracts over 6.6 million overseas visitors a year.
It has been forecasted that 'Open Roaming' will be soon available at 150 sites across the capital.
The WiFi access is being trialed currently and is part of Dublin City Council's Smart Dublin Programme in conjunction with Virgin Media.