Just in time for play-by-play tweets on the World Cup rugby in New Zealand, Auckand established a fully integrated WiFi network through a network of public transport link. Officials said buses and trains will get free treatment to the Internet , giving passengers a maximum of three sessions of 30 minutes per day from 1 September to 31 October. Powered by Tomizone and sponsored by localist, the network promises 2 – 6 Mbps downloads and is based on point to point around the town using the assets of fiber for backhaul . If that was not enough connectivity, and the sling are CallPlus concoct some free WiFi of their own with a thousand additional hotspots around the city. Hopefully the added infrastructure mean WiFi access for a nominal
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