|Very likely a hotspot similar to many others from the various isp.|
They're usually free to access/connect; but some also require you to be a registered user with the isp providing it.
In the UK, Sky and BT (to name two I know of) offer free wifi hotspots around the country to their registered customer.
Freebies usually are found in airports, train stations etc. and of course many department stores, coffee shops etc. Who actually provides them isn't always shown - but often they are provided by Sky or BT or other isp - and the access point may simply refer to the location (department store, coffee shop etc.)
They have a limited connection range; invariably a little slow if a lot of people are using that particular access point. Some may restrict which sites you can connect to; some not so.
One has to be careful when using "freebie" access sites as occasionally they can be fakes; and are actually seeking to access your device and thus personal data etc...
But the one you mention is genuine (at least the name is) so probably OK to use?
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