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While some cities have got cold feet, installed public wi-fi schemes have already begun to show their worth in a number of ways, writes Marguerite Reardon.

6th October, 2007

While some cities have got cold feet, installed public wi-fi schemes have already begun to show their worth in a number of ways, writes Marguerite Reardon.

Dublin may have poured cold water on plans to develop citywide wi-fi, but US cities are continuing to plough ahead. US cities such as Corpus Christi in Texas, Minneapolis and Philadelphia are seeing early signs of success.

And lessons learned from these deployments, if applied properly, could help save...

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