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Japan's snow-covered Mount Fuji is one of the [most / mostly] famous mountains in the world. Nearly 300,000 people [climbing / climb] to the top of the 3,776-meter mountain every year. Now they [could / can] tweet about their experience or [post / past] pictures on Facebook from the top of Mount Fuji. Japan's biggest telecommunications [companies / company] , NTT DoCoMo, has launched a [freely / free] Wi-Fi service along the slopes of Fuji. Climbers can access free Wi-Fi service at eight [difference / different] hotspots on the mountain, as well as the [summit / plummet] . The Wi-Fi will only be available for three months, which is the [length / long] of the climbing season. Once users log on, they will have 72 hours of free access [to / at] the Internet from the mountain.

Hundreds of [thousand / thousands] of people climb Mount Fuji every year. The number has [increased / increasing] since the mountain became a UNESCO World Heritage [sight / site] two years ago. The United Nations said Fuji was an important [symbol / symbolic] of Japan. Local authorities hope the free Wi-Fi service will help keep climbers [safe / safety] on the mountain. People will be able to check for [weathered / weather] warnings and find shelter. They will also be able to call [for / from] help even if their phone loses its signal. Fuji is not the [high / highest] place in the world to have Wi-Fi hotspots. Mount Everest in the Himalayas has a hotspot [to / at] the last base camp, which is 5,148 metres high. The North Pole and the International Space Station also [have / has] hotspots.

 
 

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