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"Market Street | San Francisco," Flickr photo credit: blupics
Market Street in San Francisco will soon boast free Wi-Fi

 

The good news keeps flowing in for lovers of free Wi-Fi. Earlier this week we told you about free Wi-Fi coming to the Skydeck at Willis Tower and popular tourist areas of Central London.

 

Now, locals and visitors arriving on flights to San Francisco will soon be able to access the internet for free on one of the busiest streets in the city. San Francisco will soon roll out free Wi-Fi access along long stretches of bustling Market Street with plans to expand access through other parts of the city in 2012.

 

A plan a few years back to bring free Wi-Fi to the entire city fell through after months of political bickering. However, city officials are optimistic that a patch-work approach will now bring access to much of the city in just a few short years.

 

Source: San Francisco Chronicle

Flickr photo credit: blupics

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