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Free Wi-Fi at Starbucks

Starbucks on 46-09 Queens Boulevard (Photo: QueensPost)

July 6, 2010 By Christian Murray

Love them or hate them…but there is some news coming out of Starbucks.

Starbucks is now offering free Wi-Fi. Customers with Wi-Fi-enabled laptops, tablets and mobile phones will have unlimited Internet access to surf the Web, connect with social networks, search for jobs or work at their neighborhood Starbucks.

Most recently, the free Wi-Fi benefit was limited to two hours a day and only available to members of the My Starbucks Rewards program. The new, unlimited Wi-Fi offering features a one-click entry point, so a username or password will not be required.

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