London finally has ubiquitous wireless internet access, or at least The City of London – a square mile in the heart of London consisting primarily of financial executives. Provided by The Cloud, all of the necessary hardware has been installed into the cities lampposts and street signs.

Users will pay for the Internet service through business subscriptions or pay-as-you-go accounts. But, Nokia has stepped in and is sponsored the first month – offering free access to everyone.

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