Monday, August 21, 2006

Wi-Fi: It's not as widespread as you think...

I've just been to Cornwall for a fortnight. I didn't feel the need to go online once.

But, for anyone who thinks Wi-Fi is everywhere now, there's good news and bad news. There's no public Wi-Fi in Mullion, the biggest village on the Lizard peninsula (the farthest south you can go in mainland Britain).
To get any Wi-Fi, you have to travel more than five miles, to Helston, where there are about ten hotspots, in service stations and pubs.

I didn't try any of them, I'm sorry to say.


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