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Australia's largest free Wi-Fi service sounds great, but will people use it?

Slowly, but surely, Australia's towns and cities are getting free Wi-Fi networks. Melbourne is the latest, with the Victorian government announcing a free Wi-Fi pilot program on Thursday. It joins Adelaide, Perth and the Sydney suburb of Liverpool in having CBD-wide Wi-Fi.  Aren't you excited? SEE ALSO: How 'Forza Horizon 3' got Australia to look so damn good Branded "VicFreeWiFi," it will be the country's largest and fastest free Wi-Fi network, which includes services that have been operating in neighbouring Bendigo and Ballarat since December 2015.
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