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London calling! Link plans to bring its free gigabit Wi-Fi access points to the UK

Link is bringing its public access points to London, making it the first market outside of New York it will enter. The LinkUK ‘Links’ kiosks are the product of a partnership with BT and will offer a number of free services, including gigabit Wi-Fi, two USB charging ports, maps and local information, and free calls to UK landlines and mobiles. When Link launched its public access points in New York, they were fraught with growing pains.
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