WiFi At The Gas Station?
There are some places where it makes sense to me to offer WiFi. Coffee shops make sense. Even McDonald’s (though some disagree) doesn’t seem like a dreadful place, since you sit down and eat for a bit. However, a gas station doesn’t make much sense to me. Still, T-Mobile is apparently going to WiFi up a bunch of Texaco stations in the UK. Gasoline stations, even more than fast food restaurants like McDonald’s generally live on moving customers through. The last thing I think they’d want is someone sitting in their car at the pump tapping away on their laptop or PDA. Anyway, with all the urban legend-based warnings about not using mobile phones at the pump, how long until we see similar stickers saying “no WiFi at the pump” too?