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|10th May 2008, 00:24||#1|
Free AT&T Wi-Fi hotspots for iPhone still unofficial
Maybe itís because I work as a reporter, but it seems to me that secrets are overrated. I suspect that so often the cost of keeping secrets is greater than whatever benefit they bring. You may disagree. But thereís one thing that should be clear: if you want to keep a secret, you shouldnít post it on the Internet.
That brings us to the odd case of AT&T and its free Wi-Fi for iPhone users. Last week, several iPhone owners reported to the MacRumors blog that they were offered free Wi-Fi service at hotspots run by AT&T at Starbucks and Barnes & Noble. A few days later, the free access was cut off.
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