Nintendo to give users free Wi-Fi Internet at MacDonald's

Posted on Wednesday, October 19 2005 @ 11:22 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
Nintendo is expected to announce a cooperation with Wi-Fi provider Wayport to make free Internet access available to Nintendo DS owners at MacDonald's restaurants across the U.S.
The Wayport deal will make playing DS games online at McDonald's a relative breeze, according to Nintendo. When users want to play an online DS game at a Wayport-equipped McDonald's, they simply launch the title in Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection mode and they're good to go. There is no further setup required and no fees whatsoever.
More details at IGN.

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