At Lifehacker we're suckers for any kind of free Wi-Fi, so the news that iiNet customers can now get free Wi-Fi access in Starbucks stores was pretty much guaranteed to bring a smile to our faces. Of course, that's not as open an offer as McDonald's free Wi-Fi for everyone, or even as widespread an offer following last year's Starbucks store shrinkage. But given iiNet's market share, it's still going to offer some caffeine-fuelled on the go work convenience to a lot of people.
Starbucks Offers Free Wi-Fi To iiNet Customers
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