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A couple of zdnet journos take a tour of some of London's newly sprung up wi-fi hot spots. What did they find? Pricing is on average 5-6 an hour or 15 for 24 hours (apart from Benugo on Berwick street which generously throws in 30 mins for free if you buy your lunch there), staff awareness is mixed, and, so far, other users are almost non-existent.
16 Oct, 2003 | technology

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