"When I clicked on your article I thought you would have information for students and those with laptops but no money to have access to the internet. How naive! There may be some places that are truly free in your report but they are hidden in the most part amongst plugs for cafe's and pubs that have 'free' wifi bundled in with their wares. In other word you have to buy something in order to get the so-called 'free' access.
Why not have an article promoting wifi that is really free to access by anyone.
Well done to those enlightened establishments that emulate the spirit of this century by not actually charging for access, but lets see some support for those organisations that understand that society as a whole will benefit from providing wifi as a public good. Of course there are capacity problems but if , for instance (or so I understand), Milton Keynes can do it, why not a few boroughs in London?"