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http://seattletimes.nwsource.com/htm...werline14.html

So what happens when you attach 110v or 220v into your modem or router?
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That's good news! Imagine if that went fully commerical all over the world. The whole world (where electricity is available) would be able to access the net.
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I can already access the net in a various StarBucks, Pacific Coffee (via Netvigator Wireless Broadband) or in various Metro station that are dotted around Hong Kong. Coffee shops here tend to have 3-6Mbit connections, sometime they're faster still!! Most also sports free terminals but they have a time restriction... 15-20 mins.

All you need is a AirPort card or BlueTooth (or a WiFI card, if your on Windows.) Whichever service you choose, they are ALL FREE!

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Pacific Coffee.
Starbucks
MTR Corp.
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