Top 10 Wireless Cities in Oklahoma Announced

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MetroFreeFi.com, the world's largest directory of free wireless Internet hotspots, has released a survey of the top 10 cities in Oklahoma ranked according to the number of free Wi-Fi hotspots.

MetroFreeFi.com, the world's largest directory of free wireless Internet hotspots, has released a survey of the top 10 cities in Oklahoma ranked according to the number of free Wi-Fi hotspots. A free Wi-Fi hot spot is a public location that provides locals and visitors wireless Internet at no cost.

The wireless hotspot data was gathered from MetroFreeFi.com's national database, which includes over 10,000 free wireless hotspots and is a collaborative effort by free Wi-Fi users. The company ranked cities by the number of free Wi-Fi hotspots within city limits, taking population density into account. MetroFreeFi.com is publicizing this information to raise awareness about the rapidly expanding free wi-fi movement in Oklahoma.

"Clearly, Oklahomans expect to find free wi-fi wherever they go," said Ryan MacCarthy, Co-Founder of MetroFreeFi.com. "It’s great to see so many businesses in Oklahoma providing free wireless Internet access. ”

The Top 10 Wireless Cities in the Oklahoma:

(For detailed information please visit: http://metrofreefi.com/stats/top-10-wireless-cities-in-oklahoma/)

1) Tulsa, OK (36 hotspots with a population of 393049)

2) Oklahoma City, OK (31 hotspots with a population of 506132)

3) Stillwater, OK (11 hotspots with a population of 39065)

4) Edmond, OK (10 hotspots with a population of 68315)

5) Norman, OK (9 hotspots with a population of 95694)

6) Lawton, OK (7 hotspots with a population of 92757)

7) Enid, OK (4 hotspots with a population of 47045)

8) Broken Arrow, OK (4 hotspots with a population of 74859)

9) Weatherford, OK (3 hotspots with a population of 9859)

10) Midwest City, OK (3 hotspots with a population of 54088)

Source: http://www.MetroFreeFi.com

About MetroFreeFi.com:

MetroFreeFi.com was created to increase consumer access to wireless Internet. In the process, MetroFreeFi.com started a revolution as consumers began using the site to find free Wi-Fi in their communities. Currently, MetroFreeFi.com is a user built directory with 10,000 free Wi-Fi hotspots and is expanding worldwide. For further information, please visit: http://www.MetroFreeFi.com

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