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Wifi at the Tucson show?

Posted by Hershel Friedman  
Hershel Friedman November 09, 2011 04:17AM
Does anybody know if the Tucson convention center will provide Wifi Internet during the TGMS show?
Alfredo Petrov November 09, 2011 04:39AM
Cheaper to pay via your phone provider.
Joan Kureczka November 09, 2011 05:40AM
Sadly the convention center doesn't provide much of anything to anyone. And even getting good cell phone reception usually requires a step outside.
Hershel Friedman November 09, 2011 11:09PM
I had once heard that there was free wifi at the show but I guess judging by these responses that its not the case.
Rock Currier November 11, 2011 09:05AM
The City of Tucson is totally strapped for cash. Take a look at their parking lot in front of the convention center. You can hardly see the stripes on the cracked asphalt that they charge you ???$$$ a day to park in. It will be sometime before they invest in Wyfi I fear.

Rock Currier
Crystals not pistols.
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