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Aussie gamers get big boost in Wi-Fi hotspots

David Hinkle, @davehinkle
April 4, 2007
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Nintendo, in cooperation with Telstra, have decided they'd like to increase the number of hotspots you fine Aussies have available to utilize the handheld's Wi-Fi Connect service. This will allow gamers to connect at a variety of new places, which include McDonald's, Starbucks, hotels, airports and various city areas. All in all, the team-up brings over 1,000 more spots where you fine Aussie gamers can connect. An official list of the new places where you'll be able to utilize free Wi-Fi will soon be available here.

Rejoice Australians, for you now have more places to access Nintendo's crummy Wi-Fi Connect service!





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