Free Wireless in the United Kingdom?

Discussion in 'Wireless Networking' started by Richard Schulman, Jun 4, 2006.

  1. Free wireless networking is available in the United States at a number
    of convenient national chains -- for example, Panera Bread. But a
    search of wireless access points available to the public in the U.K.
    suggests that the situation there is more akin to Starbuck's in the
    U.S. -- namely, that a fee must be paid.

    Is that impression accurate -- that free access points are unavailable
    or rare in the U.K. -- and if so, what fees are typically charged in
    those places where access is available?

    -Richard
    Richard Schulman, Jun 4, 2006
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