Time Warner Cable rolls out Wi-Fi network in Los Angeles

Time Warner Cable has rolled out the first phase of its $15 million Wi-Fi network in Los Angeles and Orange counties. The network is called TWC Wi-Fi and is free to the cable company's high-speed Internet customers. People who aren't customers can pay a fee, ranging from $2.95 per hour to $50 a month. Article

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