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 Do you worry about McDonald's & BT WiFi?

Answer a lot of mcdonalds already have wi-fi hotspots, either bt openzone or other, and as a lot of places use broadband anyway nowadays, if they have wireless it can help bring the customers in, which me... Read More »
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