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Tahoe travelers: San Francisco airport moves to offer free WiFi

The Associated Press

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) and#8212; Travelers waiting to fly may soon be able to surf for free at San Francisco International Airport.

Officials are expected to approve a deal on Tuesday to provide travelers a free wireless Internet connection at the airport.

The move, which would still need to be endorsed by the San Francisco City Purchaser, would bring San Francisco in line with its Bay Area competitors. The San Jose and Oakland airports already offer free wireless.

Officials are still trying to figure out how to offset the costs of providing the free service. Some ideas include WiFi related advertising or sponsorship.

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