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Free Wi-Fi from Little Chef

Litttle_chefheader_left_1 Wireless internet access is now pretty common at libraries, shopping malls, café’s and airports, but the latest place to get Wi-Fi-ed up is a bit of surprise. Courtesy of Broadreach Systems you can now surf while you tuck into your greasy breakfast special at good old Little Chef (that’s like a truck stop version of Denny’s minus the monster portions, American readers). Quite how many laptop-toting business types stop by at the place is one thing, though you can bet there will be a whole lot more in April as the service is free at the 150 Little Chefs for the whole month. After the end of the month payment can be made at the till, or users can open an account.

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Posted by Shiny Media on March 24, 2005 in Broadband | Permalink


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