Hotspot provider Tomizone — probably best-known to Lifehacker readers for offering free Wi-Fi to iPhone users last year — now claims to have Australia's largest Wi-Fi network, with around 6,000 hotspots Australia-wide (up from 600 back in July) according to an analysis by Agitavi. Second place went to Telstra, with 1,450 locations. Tomizone largely relies on individuals and businesses reselling their own connection via the network, which means coverage in some areas will be patchy, but it's a useful option to remember if you need Wi-Fi in a hurry and don't want to leech.
Tomizone Claims Australia's Largest Wi-Fi Network
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