McDonald's adds WiFi access to its Menu

By on July 9, 2003, 7:51 PM
Intel, Wayport, and McDonald's formally launched their wireless venture on the West Coast on Tuesday, adding WiFi access to the fast food chain's menu of burgers and fries.

Although Intel and McDonald's launched the service on a trial basis in New York City in March, the West Coast will receive the first WiFi-enabled McDonald's restaurants. Users will pay $4.95 for a two-hour period, although the fast food chain will also offer discounted service through promotions.

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---agissi--- said:
What is this WiFi stuff? Food on the internet that you digitally eat :confused::confused::confused: I just dont understand what WiFi is I think
Phantasm66 said:
What is WiFI[url]http://www.weca.net/OpenSection/index.asp?noFlash=t
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iss said:
so is there going to be be regular, med ,and large? better yet how about supersize WiFi? or the value combo WiFi!!I'll have a cheeseburger, coke, large fry, and a McWiFi please.
Vehementi said:
So you go into a McDonalds, pay for WiFi service, and sit at a table with your laptop? Sounds great, we'll now have a chain of cybercafes on every block...
Rick said:
When McDonald's does it.. You know its old news. ;)
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