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An interesting development from a world leader in telecommunications - SaskTel. If you go to the second link you'll see they are compatible with Apple's Airport. Anybody in Regina care to verify this? I didn't read anywhere how much they plan to charge for this after the free period is up?

<a href=http://www.sasktel.com/about_sasktel/news_room/2003_news_releases/sasktel_mobility_launches_wi-fi_in_regina.htm>Press Release</a>

<a href=http://www.sasktelmobility.com/productsservices/wirelessdata/html/wireless_wifi.html>Website</a>

Larry Jorgenson
Humboldt, SK
 

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That's awesome. I just need to drum up some bizness out there now, and have a decent layover time. :D I'm going on a trip next week, and I'm pretty sure that Bell's free WiFi service @ Pearson's Term 2 is dead. Boo... Oh well, it was cool while it lasted, but I only got to enjoy it once. :( Anyone know what the rates are like?? I hear that they sell access cards - which only makes sense.
 

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Can't speak about other cities, but Vancouver's terminal has free WiFi. My wife's flight was late last week and I happened to bring my PowerBook with me. On a whim I decided to check the wireless menu. I saw and selected the network titled "nokia" and much to my surprise it didn't ask for a password or anything. I opened up a browser and I was online. Neat!

The performance wasn't that great - lots of lag. But hey, it's free!

- Martin.
 
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