Sydneyites are unwirin’ it for themselves

The city of Sydney may be underwriting a plan to deploy wireless access across the city, but grassroots community wireless guerrillas may beat them to it. Evilbunny writes: “Due to expensive carrier licenses, and/or Australian laws, AUP’s and the inflated cost of data, it makes it very difficult to provide Internet access by wireless means, such as seen in the US, and elsewhere. We are providing a means, by passing per-meg charges to people in the community, for people to play games, share files and experiment with VOIP technologies for free phone calls between friends.” Link Discuss (Thanks, evilbunny!)