Harper Collins Believes So Strongly In WiFi, They'll Hook Up Any Bookstore Without It

While there are various arguments for and against having WiFi in places like bookstores, apparently publisher Harper Collins is a huge fan of the idea. While Borders and Barnes & Noble already offer WiFi (via partners), HarperCollins is now offering to help turn any unconnected bookstore into a free hotspot to try to get more traffic. The only additional feature is that the publisher gets to control some of the splash screen page when users login.

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