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Topic # 68068 14-Sep-2010 14:01 Send private message

I did post this in the sticky of this forum, but I may as well make a new topic.

http://www.stuff.co.nz/technology/4124904/Free-wireless-internet-for-Wellingtons-waterfront

Trademe in conjunction with Wellington council are making the Waterfront (with CBD coming later) one big WiFi hotspot. Great news I say. Anyone say different?

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  Reply # 379791 14-Sep-2010 19:06 Send private message

good on them. they should to that in CHCH!




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  Reply # 379793 14-Sep-2010 19:13 Send private message


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  Reply # 379920 14-Sep-2010 22:55 Send private message

going into the city 2morrow looking forward to testing this out!

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  Reply # 379933 14-Sep-2010 23:08 Send private message

th3r3turn: going into the city 2morrow looking forward to testing this out!


It isn't live until December.


As stated above, there is already a thread for this topic here so I will lock this one.

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