Nintendo is about to significantly ramp up the number of places DS users can go for free Wi-Fi in Australia. The local arm of the house that Mario built has just signed a deal with Australia’s largest telco--Telstra--to allow DS owners access to more than 1,000 hotspots around the nation.
Telstra’s wireless hotspots can be found in locations such as McDonald’s restaurants, Starbucks cafes, airports and hotels. Gamers can use the hotspots to access Nintendo’s Wi-Fi Connection wireless gaming service. Before the Telstra announcement, most Nintendo Wi-Fi hotspots were located at games retailers around the nation.
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