What became of muni WiFi?

Despite the public debacles surrounding muni WiFi--both EarthLink and MetroFi pulled the plug on their respective muni WiFi services in 2008--the service remains viable in some cities and towns across the United States. FierceBroadbandWireless takes a stroll across the country, from California to the East Coast, to profile the locations that are still in the muni WiFi game. Special feature. Also, now that operators are embracing WiFi, how far will they go in the market? Commentary

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