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Canadians show substantial interest in paying for Wi-Fi, Decima study finds

News | 12/03/2003 5:00 am EST

Canadians interested in Wi-Fi access in public places such as coffee shops and airport lounges will pay between $4 and $10 for the service, and are more likely to pay for either one or two hours at a time, according to new research. These are two key findings from a survey done by Decima Research Inc. for Report on Wireless on Canadians’ use of and attitudes towards paying for public hotspot access.

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