Good news for sporting types planning on hitting a few events at the Melbourne Cricket Ground: the MCG is now offering free Wi-Fi throughout the venue, courtesy of a deal with Internode. I wouldn't necessarily advise taking a notebook PC to a match, but it's a handy way to tweet for free if you've got a suitably-equipped phone. If you've tested out the coverage on the ground, let us know what it's like in the comments. Photo from Wikimedia Commons.
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