Coffee shop Starbucks is set to offer high-speed wireless internet access from its shops.
According to the company's website, Starbucks will be using T-Mobile HotSpot to enable laptop users to connect at broadband speeds while drinking.
The service has been launched at more than 1,000 Starbucks locations in the US, and in London.
Starbucks stores offering the T-Mobile HotSpot service will have a window sign indicating that the service is available.
The service is available for those with a T-Mobile HotSpot service account and a notebook or Pocket PC with a Wi-Fi (802.11b) wireless card.
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