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AT&T’s Wi-Fi experiment: Watch ads, get access

Remember the old NetZero dial-up Internet plans that gave you free Internet access as long as you put up with an advertising window emblazoned across your screen? Well, AT&T is experimenting with a similar concept at DFW Airport, only offering Wi-Fi instead of dial-up.
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