Tuesday, April 13, 2004

Want McWi-Fi with your Big Mac and fries?

Wayport officials called it the biggest single deal yet to create wireless Internet "hot spots," and said the companies would announce the transaction Tuesday morning. They said the familiar golden arches will offer a reliable place for road-weary workers to download e-mail or surf the Internet.

Michael Cai, an analyst with Dallas market-research firm Parks Associates, said Wayport's greatest sales pitch is its experience -- the company was founded in 1996, before many of its wireless competitors.

From the article "Want McWi-Fi with your Big Mac and fries?" By The Associated Press

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