The city of Cape Town decided to address the digital divide among its citizens through the SmartCape Access Project. The SmartCape Access Project is an initiative to provide access to computers and internet in national libraries. Citizens who register at a public library are eligible to use computers for 45 minutes a day and receive 500mb of free data per month to be used in any public space with Wi-Fi access. Non-registered users can log in with their own devices through Wi-Fi hotspots and receive 50MB of free data. The primary goals of SmartCape are to promote digital inclusion, increase computer literacy, provide internet access to as many citizens as possible, and supply a number of productivity applications such as LibreOffice suite.