The FON Wi-Fi broadband sharing project is raising its hardware prices.
The project seeks to build a worldwide network of consumers sharing their broadband internet connections with outsiders. Those outsiders (Aliens in FON lingo) are charged 3 dollars or Euros for one day of internet access. Half of the revenues will be passed on to the broadband subscribers (the "Bills"). If you're in a sharing mood, you can also give away internet access for free (earning you the "Linus" moniker).
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