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802.11n wifi and free internet access — 5 Comments

  1. Have you tried the software called “connectify”? It can be used to make your laptop a wifi hotspot. I just used it and it works well.

  2. I suspect that WiFi will be different from direct mobile to mobile calling. WiFi is used extensively beyond cellphones and many places provide WiFi at various levels of openness. In addition, cellphones and computers are more and more converging. Right now, I use a Nokia N900, which runs a pretty full Linux operating system. I use it both as my cellphone, and as a computer.

    With that I have not used much on my cellphone data plan, using WiFi most of the time.

  3. Of course, then we’ll all be reading about the arrests of people “stealing bandwidth” when using these freely available hotspots.

  4. Out of nowhere last summer, I’ve had terrible wi-fi reception with an Airport Extreme and Express. I’m going to give this a shot. Thanks for sharing.

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