UK Wi-Fi provider The Cloud has revealed it plans to give Londoners 15 minutes of internet access every day.
The Wi-Fi provider, which was recently purchased by Sky, said more than 350,000 city workers and visitors to the Square Mile area of the UK's capital will be able to access the internet connection for free each day.
The incentive will be available to anyone that registers with The Cloud.
"City-wide Wi-Fi coverage significantly enhanced the Square Mile as a place to do business, providing substantial benefits not only for City workers but also for visitors and residents alike," said Stuart Fraser, policy chairman at the City of London Corporation.
"Offering all users15 minutes of free Wi-Fi coverage every day, The Cloud's latest initiative will provide a greater range of connectivity options for all users within the City."
The Cloud said once the 15 minutes are up, further minutes can be purchased on a Pay as you Go basis or subscription basis.
See also: Sky 'in talks to buy The Cloud'