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Local shops on track to add WiFi access to their offerings

By Will Kilburn
September 24, 2006

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A proposed WiFi network for homes in Boston is still a long way off, but a smaller effort by Boston Main Streets is already bringing wireless Web access to businesses in a few select areas. Two access points are up and running, in the Roslindale and Washington Gateway Main Streets districts, while a third will be launched on Mission Hill ... (Full article: 290 words)

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