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Good news for anyone in need of a quick internet fix: Starbucks is turning on free Wi-Fi today, courtesy of its partner AT&T (NYSE: T). The deal, according to USA Today: Users will get two hours of free internet usage when they purchase a $5 reloadable Starbucks Card and register for the Starbucks Rewards Card program. Starbucks’ relationship with AT&T was first announced in February, and the two sides of slowly rolled out the program since then, with AT&T users getting first crack at it in April.
Two hours isn’t enough time to make Starbucks your office for the afternoon, but it’ll be helpful for those times when you just have to get a blog post up right then. And if you need more time online, then you can spend some of that two hours searching for free Wi-Fi hotspots in your area.