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Mount Fuji gets free Wi-Fi






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Japan's snow-covered Mount Fuji is famous. Nearly 300,000 people climb it every year. Now they can post about it online from the top of the mountain. There is free Wi-Fi service on Fuji, including at the top. The Wi-Fi will be there for three months. Users have 72 hours of free Wi-Fi access after they log on.

More people climb Mount Fuji after it became a UNESCO World Heritage site. It is an important symbol of Japan. The free Wi-Fi will keep climbers safe. They can use it if their phone has no signal. They can check the weather and find shelter. The highest place in the world to have a Wi-Fi hotspot is Mount Everest.

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