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Singapore park becomes part of 'super-wifi' trial

6 November 2013 Last updated at 08:15 GMT

Singapore's Gardens by the Bay were created six years ago from reclaimed land and are now part of trial for the country's "super wi-fi" white space programme.

White space is the name for a wireless network made available when old frequencies for analogue television signals are repurposed to carry data.

It is hoped free public wi-fi will be rolled out across the island within the next two years.

LJ Rich finds out more.

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