Wi-Fi on mobile device

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Mobile
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Wi-Fi
Do you have Wi-Fi any where you go?

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Ipod

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Free WiFi hotspots are becoming more popular than ever and can usually be found at most McDonald’s, Starbucks, and Borders Books & Music. Go to http://www.openwifispots.com where you can search for free WiFi hot spots by an address, city, state or zip. There are also many free iPhone and Android applications that can be used to find free WiFi hot spots so you can switch to free WiFi and save money.

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  • TomLiotta
    No (unless you have a decent satellite phone.) You only have WiFi available where your phone/device is in range of a cell network (or appropriate access point) that accepts your account. You could, for example, get WiFi access at my home if I disclosed access details. I'm surrounded by enough acres of forest that my network is all that is available. Tom
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  • Subhendu Sen
    There is another drawback of free Wi-Fi is that, it can damage your phone's software / cause for security measure.
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