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The Wall Street Journal Offers Free Wi-fi

The Wall Street Journal is offering free wi-fi through September, which will be provided by hotspots in various locations across the city, excluding Staten Island. Sorry about that.

The network’s are creatively labeled “The Wall Street Journal WiFi,” and can be accessed by registering for a free WSJ account. Current subscribers to WSJ can access the networks with their info.

There’s really no downside to this. It’s not like WSJ‘s parent company has ever been involved in something that would make people worry about using wi-fi networks set up by them. Hahaha… Ha.

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