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  • Australia’s payphones get a Wi-Fi makeover
  • Australia’s payphones get a Wi-Fi makeover
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Australia’s payphones get a Wi-Fi makeover

Australia’s long forgotten payphone booths (only 9% of people used one in 2013) will be repurposed as Wi-Fi hotspots. It's part of a plan to blanket public spaces with internet, launched by Telstra, the country’s largest telecommunications and media company.

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