AT&T gives all DSL subs free WiFi access

Last July AT&T announced that subscribers to its highest-speed DSL services could have free access to its WiFi hotspots throughout the country. Now the carrier is offering free WiFi to all of its DSL subscribers. DSL subscribers can use any of the company's 10,000 hotspots located in airports, coffee shops, McDonald's restaurants and Barnes & Noble bookstores for free. Connections at AT&T WiFi hotspots for non-subscribers run $7.99 per day.

For more about AT&T's WiFi access strategy:
- read this release

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