AT&T's iPhone Plans to include free access to AT&T's Wi-Fi Hotspots sometime in the future

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The reports about AT&T offering free Wi-Fi access to iPhone users at many of their national Wi-Fi hotspots including Starbucks and Barnes & Noble locations and then found to be turned off were not just rumors as based on the latest iPhone plans available on AT&T's website now also includes...

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  • Carlton Northern
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    I went to McDonald's last night and saw that it was an AT&T hotspot. I launched Opera and it took me to a AT&T login screen. I wasn't sure what username and password to use so I just left and didn't bother.

  • Judson
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    I still don't see an contact information for news tips. So, I figured posting in a comments section might work again since I've done 'heads' up news this way before.

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    - I've done a post about the press release on my site.

    I haven't had a chance to test it out myself yet so please tread lightly.

  • Judson
    Judson Posts: 8
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    Gah.. I just found the contact me under quick links... sorry for the post here.

  • iPhoneHacks
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    Hey Judson,

    Thanks for the news tip, I will check it out and try to write about it soon.


  • unscriptable
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    I tried it Barnes & Noble in Burlington, MA yesterday. No go.

  • kody epperson
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    am I the only person that thinks AT&T needs to do like tmobile did with the sidekick lx? A month before they released the lx, everyone with a sidekick three could upgrade for a lot cheaper than buying a brand new one. If the second generation iPhone is coming around the same time as the 2.0 update then I see no reason to upgrade unless it has a few changes like 2 cameras and 3g, but still the same interface and exterior look. I read somewhere that the second gen iPhone will be selling for 199. That sounds off but if it is true then it's obviously going to be more of a downgrade than up and just for the people that want iPhones but couldn't afford them. It'll be a more popular but not as good version. I'm kind of ranting so I'll shut up now.

  • someone special
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    8gig is $199 only with a new contract. else it is $400 or $500 for the 16gig. also it has 2.0, 3G, GPS and is 2.5mm thinner.

    not exactly a downgrade.