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# 34871 30-May-2009 22:07
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Does anyone know where these areas are?

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  # 220049 31-May-2009 09:41
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What do you mean?


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  # 220063 31-May-2009 10:41
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Maybe Telecom are setting up free hotspots for XT users?

All I can think of

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  # 220065 31-May-2009 10:44
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free wi fi hotspots maybe?

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  # 220067 31-May-2009 10:46
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I am yet to find free wifi in Chch other than the twisted hop you can ask nicely the people behind the bar for the password, but starbucks has a telecom/wifi service that can be billed to your telecom account.

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# 220069 31-May-2009 10:53
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freitasm: Those Starbucks WiFi service are no longer provided by Telecom...

just shows how often I go to starbucks heh?


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  # 220077 31-May-2009 11:51
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Subway in sydenham has free highspeed internet...not provided by them though...I think its the nextdoor neighbours lmao!

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  # 220090 31-May-2009 12:25
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littleangelboy: Does anyone know where these areas are?

XT Network is a cellular technology, not WiFi.

Your handset may or may not support WiFi, depending on the model, but this is totally seperate from the XT Network.

If you have a WiFi device, you can use a WiFi Hotspot. No such thing as an XT specific WiFi hotspot.

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