Despite its omnipresent historical heritage, Québec is a very connected and modern city! With over 400 free wireless Internet hotspots, Québec City was named the best connected city in Canada in 2011, thanks to ZAP Québec, a nonprofit organization that has installed many of these hotspots in the area since 2006.
With all these hotspots around the city, you can access the Web just about anywhere, even when you’re on the go! The Réseau de transport de la Capitale city buses and Société des traversiers du Québec ferries offer wireless Internet on board.
The Québec City Tourism mobile app contains visitor information to help you plan a trip and enjoy it in the Québec City area. It also covers Côte-de-Beaupré, Île d’Orléans, Jacques-Cartier, Portneuf, and Wendake.
Look for mobile apps that help you discover the Québec City area—they are free and will make your visit even better! Most smartphone apps use geolocation, which means they position you on a map by using your geographical coordinates and give you suggestions based on your location.
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