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    1. Senate allots P3-B fund for free public Wi-Fi

      Explore Newsbytes Philippines (Nov 21 2014)

      Senate allots P3-B fund for free public Wi-Fi

      The Senate version of the 2015 national budget has allocated P3 billion for the setting up of free Wi-Fi spots all over the country to enable Internet access for the public.

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    2. Shaw, city reach deal on WiFi

      Explore BCLocalNews.com (Nov 20 2014)

      Shaw, city reach deal on WiFi

      Shaw Communications has reached a commercial agreement with the City of Campbell River to extend Shaw Go WiFi into municipal buildings and public areas within the coming months.

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    3. Free WiFi coming to Cape Town suburbs

      Explore htxt.africa (Nov 20 2014)

      Free WiFi coming to Cape Town suburbs

      Some suburbs in Johannesburg, Pretoria and the Western Cape have already reaped the rewards of having access to free WiFi , as initiatives like Project Isizwe aim to blanket large areas with internet connectivity, with more in the works. But while most of ...

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    4. New York Is Providing Free Wi-Fi And They're Using This Ironic Fixture To Do It

      Explore Bustle (Nov 19 2014)

      The stations, which will feature futuristic touch screens providing charging functions and directions to distinct locations within the city, will also provide a free local calling service, rendering it an absolute game-changer for those unable to afford a mobile phone ...

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    5. Wi-Fi to fly in Cavill Mall hot spots

      Explore Gold Coast Bulletin (Nov 19 2014)

      Wi-Fi to fly in Cavill Mall hot spots

      THE Gold Coast’s first high-speed free Wi-Fi terminals will face an “awesome test” this weekend when more than 30,000 schoolies hook into the hot spots.

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    6. 3 Reasons to Offer Free Wi-Fi In All of Your Stores (Now)

      Explore CIO.com (Nov 19 2014)

      New generations will skip unequipped stores altogether if they notice Wi-Fi neglect. Yes shoppers also do showrooming, and yes you can block Amazon's access (or any other) but that may be shortsighted. Why not rather fight with your salesperson's smile or ...

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    7. Tesco launching free WiFi in stores

      Explore Bitterwallet (Nov 18 2014)

      Tesco launching free WiFi in stores

      tesco clubcard 300x168 Tesco launching free WiFi in stores Tesco are trying to win over the public with free WiFi in their stores. Of course, this means Minority Report fans are going to lose their baps over this, thinking that the whole thing is an exercise in ...

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    8. Brazilian capital invests R$22m in free Wi-Fi

      Explore news.yahoo.com (Nov 17 2014)

      Brazilian capital invests R$22m in free Wi-Fi

      Expansion of free Internet coverage is a stepping stone for the provision of public services in real time

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    9. Sick of dodgy WiFi on trains and buses? We have some good news…

      Explore Yahoo! News UK & Ireland (Nov 17 2014)

      Sick of dodgy WiFi on trains and buses? We have some good news…

      …but it might cost us.

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    10. Wi-fi access in Delhi's Connaught Place from Nov 16

      Explore en-maktoob.news.yahoo.com (Nov 14 2014)

      Wi-fi access in Delhi's Connaught Place from Nov 16

      New Delhi, Nov 14 (IANS) Tata Teleservices Limited, in association with the New Delhi Municipal Council, will launch public wi-fi access in Connaught Place in the national capital Nov 16, a company statement said here Friday.

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    11. Cloud-based Wi-Fi boosts capacity at Durham baseball field

      Explore Mobile Technology (Nov 13 2014)

      Cloud-based Wi-Fi boosts capacity at Durham baseball field

      Fans of the Durham, N.C., Bulls Minor League Baseball team can now access fast, free cloud-based Wi-Fi in the park and the surrounding American Tobacco Historic District, according to a Nov. 11 announcement from Frontier Communications.

      Frontier recently installed ADTRAN’s ProCloud Wi-Fi, a managed cloud wireless service that can support capacity spikes associated with packed games and offer fans the ability to use in-game features like viewing replays of the on-field action using a mobile device.

      In addition to the Durham Bulls Athletic Park, the new installation also covers some 100 surrounding businesses in the adjacent American Tobacco ...

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    12. Does Wi-Fi First herald the final curtain for mobile operators?

      Explore Devicescape (Nov 11 2014)

      Does Wi-Fi First herald the final curtain for mobile operators?

      Rivalry makes for a far better narrative than co-operation, as the plots of countless literary works illustrate. What’s interesting, though, is that many of the great tales of conflict end in reconciliation; usually when both sides have learnt the folly of that conflict to their cost.

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    13. Free Wi-Fi connections standard feature in future [Financial Mirror (Cyprus)]

      Explore tmcnet.com (Nov 11 2014)

      ...EMIRATES: Free Wi - Fi connections standard feature in future [Financial Mirror (Cyprus)] TMCNet: EMIRATES: Free Wi - Fi connections standard feature in future [Financial ...

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    14. Wi-Fi on Track to Disrupt or Transform the Telecoms Industry

      Explore Marketwired (Nov 11 2014)

      First Global Wi-Fi Innovation Summit to Take Place December 2014 in Copenhagen, Denmark

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    15. Wi-Fi reaches Everest, Amadablam basecamps

      Explore Nepalnews.com (Nov 10 2014)

      Mount Everest and Amadablam Basecamps now have access to Wi-Fi service. Everest Link, an internet service provider organisation, offered to provide Wi-Fi service in the basecamp in course of extending its services in the Khumbu Area of the district.

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    16. BT Deploys FREE WiFi Wireless Internet to Carlisle City Centre

      Explore ISPreview UK (Nov 10 2014)

      BT has successfully deployed a “free and unlimited” public WiFi wireless Internet hotspot service in the heart of Carlisle (i.e. most of the city centre and Longtown) in Cumbria (England), which will be extended to include Brampton later this month. The service’s coverage currently extends from the railway station to the area near to Carlisle […]

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    17. Sylvania man wants downtown Wi-Fi

      Explore Home - Toledo Blade (Nov 10 2014)

      Sylvania man wants downtown Wi-Fi

      There’s a hot spot on the horizon in downtown Sylvania.

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    18. Free Wi-Fi connections standard feature in future: Emirates

      Explore New Kerala Dot Com, India (Nov 4 2014)

      Dubai-based airline major Emirates Tuesday said that it foresees free on-board internet Wi-Fi connections as a standard feature of air travel in the future.

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    19. Wi-Fi forecast predicts one hotspot for every 20 people by 2018

      Explore ComputerWeekly.com (Nov 4 2014)

      Wi-Fi forecast predicts one hotspot for every 20 people by 2018

      IPass specialises in Wi-Fi hotspot aggregation. Its network of networks securely connects business travellers through a single login to some 2.7 million public Wi-Fi hotspots in airports, hotels and other public areas in more than 120 countries. It also found that ...

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    20. France top for wi-fi: international ranking

      Explore news.yahoo.com (Nov 3 2014)

      France top for wi-fi: international ranking

      It may not be home to many of the world's leading tech companies, but when it comes to public internet hotspots, France leads the rest of the world.

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