WiFi at mcdonalds

lilnef

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My local mcdonalds offers wifi connection just wondering if all of the mcdonalds are doing the same
 

wjp09

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man that would be awesome, a french fried iPhone :) JK that would suck
 

bmwlover0725

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wow I didn't know starbucks was free now too!
 

J-Sauce

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Not every nearly mcdonalds. And Ive NEVER been to a starbucks that has FREE wifi.
 

WolfmanXII

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just don't get grease all over your screen, its not fun to try to get off.
 

ColsTiger

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The Krystal restaurants around this area all have free WIFI; they just force you to accept their rules and view their homepage before you start surfing. Not bad when you consider it's free.
 

mlass

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With At&t having Wifi Hot Spots at all McDonals in my area, it would be nice to over it free to iPhone users.
 

jjvaldez

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where u at?

since we're discussing if there is wifi in McDonalds... i think that it is a good idea to tell where we are at and if there is McDonalds wifi.

there is McDonalds wifi where i live .. you have to pay for it..

i live in Salinas, CA
 

veedubcos

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since we're discussing if there is wifi in McDonalds... i think that it is a good idea to tell where we are at and if there is McDonalds wifi.

there is McDonalds wifi where i live .. you have to pay for it..

i live in Salinas, CA

I got jipped by Starbuks before had to pay $9? wheres the free in that?
 

Bootlessjam

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That's pretty stupid how you can't pay at the counter to use the hotspot.

I'm used to searching for networks on my PSP and often in town I can find a unsecured one amongst the 50 secured ones, at school I have access to the university-wide network, and at home I have my own as well as my neighbor's which I only use in emergencies when my data quota for the month is up. So I have no problems surfing the net with my PSP.

Even most of the iPhone web apps work on it!