Right here’s one for the ages — free Wi-Fi hotspots on Mount Fuji in Japan.
In keeping with AP through Huffington Post, a Japanese cellular community has started offering free Wi-Fi at eight hotspots on the mountain, together with the 12,389-foot summit. As soon as customers log-in with a particular password, they’ll have as much as 72 hours to make use of the service for free.
The free Wi-Fi is a part of an initiative to encourage extra guests to the area, in addition to a part of Japan’s enlargement of Wi-Fi upfront of the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.
Because the Impartial points out, although, Mount Fuji is hardly the “weirdest place to have it.” Everest has has Wi-Fi hotspots since 2010 and even the North Pole has been wired since 2005. Who knew?