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Public Wi-Fi services (or Wi-Fi hotspots) allow users to access corporate networks or the Internet at broadband speeds from airport lounges, hotels, or coffee houses. This can be done on a laptop without having to squint at small mobile-phone screens. For the U.S. market, this service has potential since, unlike the Japanese, where an estimated 72% of cellphone users routinely connect to the Internet, only a mere 6% of U.S. subscribers do so [10]. The International Data Corporation (IDC) projected that the public Wi-Fi service market will take off in the next few years, growing from the current 23,700 users to 609,200 users by 2004 and boosting revenues from $8.4 million to $204.7 million. Based on the most recent IDC data, the European hotspot market increased encouragingly by 327%, from 269 locations at the end of 2001 to around 1,150 locations at the end of 2002. These Wi-Fi hotspots will
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