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A church in Wales is now offering Wi-Fi via BT Openzone: The vicar of the church found he couldn’t use the Openzone network, which covers much of Cardiff in Wales, mostly due to the thick walls of the church. So he asked Openzone to add an access point in the church and they complied. The access isn’t just for the vicar though—he said he’d be happy to have business people stop in for a quiet spot to do some email. One of a few downsides to this story is that like all Openzone hotspots, this one won’t be free to access.
Posted by nancyg at May 31, 2005 4:12 PM
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