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Philly Goes Wireless

Philadelphia plans to build the biggest municipal wireless Internet system in the country, joining a small but growing number of cities that are treating Web access like a basic municipal service such as water, electricity and trash collection. Earthlink will build and manage the 135-square-mile network. Taking a stab and narrowing the digital divide, Philly plans to offer the high-speed service for as little as $10 a month for low-income residents.

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By Kathy E. Gill

Digital evangelist, speaker, writer, educator. Transplanted Southerner; teach newbies to ride motorcycles! @kegill

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