The Wall Street Journal today announced a wireless internet service that will cover some of the main American neighborhoods. Called “The Wall Street Journal WiFi”, the product will be taken to 1,300 points by the cities of New York and So Francisco from September, according to the The Verge.
The service already covers about 70% of Manhattan, including Times Square, Union Square and West Village, in addition to the Brooklyn, Queen and Bronx regions. In So Francisco, Washington Square and Nob Hill are among the locations served.
There is no charge to access the novelty, just register on the newspaper’s website – anyone who is already a digital subscriber or a free version of the WSJ can use the same data. The vehicle does not inform which company provides the network.
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