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Mar 13

O2 bringing free WiFi to UK restaurants

Published in News, Technology News | Written by Matt

O2 appear to have teamed up with Mitchells & Butler, who are a restaurant firm in the UK, to provide each of their 1600 restaurants with free WiFi.

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