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  • Cablevision offers WiFi-only contract
  • Cablevision offers WiFi-only contract
    Kamyar Adl (2006) ©

Cablevision offers WiFi-only contract

Instead of picking up the phone, we gloat about our holidays on Instagram. Juicy gossip spreads via WhatsApp, not text. What if we could eschew pricey contracts? Would it make that much difference? In New York, Cablevision’s WiFi-only service is ushering in a drastic change to how we get connected.



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