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  • Free wifi is a win-win.

    It'll be cheaper for companies and businesses to operate since they won't have to pay for wifi. Individual families will be able to use the money on other stuff instead of paying a wifi bill. And It'll encourage more internet use which will in turn allow for a greater exchange of ideas. Poorer areas will be able to access the internet uninhibited by cell phone companies.

  • Out of spite

    I'm a fan of anything that aides me in no longer having to give a godawful company like Comcast money that they barely earned. I don't see how this is feasible but it would certainly be nice and grant a world of access that isn't the birthright to some that it is for many of us.

  • Yes!

    The current Wi-Fi systems across the US are monopoly-controlled, too expensive, and slower in comparison to internet services in other countries. Monopolies have cornered the market, leaving consumers with no legitimate options while making huge profits for their CEOs and stockholders at our expense - to the tune of $178 billion, according to Forbes Magazine. Google has recently said that no-cost Wi-Fi would produce an innovation explosion and is a major supporter of the free nationwide Wi-Fi idea. Wi-Fi speeds are faster throughout Europe and in Japan, where more channels are made available than in the US. Considering free Wi-Fi made its debut in 2003, the time has come to make a decision to enrich ourselves instead of feeding corporate profits.

  • Wi-Fi For All!

    Yes, Wi-Fi needs to be available to everyone. In Europe, the courts and politicians have decided that internet access was a right and an important standard of living. The United States is developed enough to make free Wi-Fi standard for everyone. It would encourage more communication and internet education for everyone.

  • It Should Be

    The United States should definitely have nationwide Wi-Fi. I pay for internet access on various devices, so I should not have difficulty trying to connect to the internet when roaming. There are millions of companies that rely on the internet to get info across to consumers, and they should come together to make nationwide Wi-Fi towers.

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  • Nationwide Means The Government Runs It.

    Free nationwide Wi-Fi can only be executed by the government. It's been proven time and time again that the government cannot control costs in whatever it runs. Plus, nothing is free. Taxes would pay for the 'free' Wi-Fi. No, nationwide Wi-Fi is doing fine with the market implementation of 4G which is faster and more reliable than Wi-Fi.


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