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Leicester Square, London is getting free WiFi

November 30, 2006

London's Leicester Square is getting free WiFi courtesy of the PR firm Four Communications.

It is an 8Mbps service whose only restriction is that you use it "fairly". The SSID (network ID) is Four's Free Hotspot.

London, welcome to the 21st century and let this be the first of many free Internet access points.

[Via Shiny Shiny]

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