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Certain cities have mulled over the idea of installing city-wide wifi throughout their metropolis. Many are dissuaded by the high cost that entities equipped to install charge. But would city-wide, state-wide or even country-wide wifi boost a crumbling economy so much that the benefits would outweigh the expenses?

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Image of a free wifi spot sign.Certain cities have mulled over the idea of installing city-wide wifi throughout their metropolis. Many are dissuaded by the high cost that entities equipped to install charge. But would city-wide, state-wide or even country-wide wifi boost a crumbling economy so much that the benefits would outweigh the expenses?

The answer is quite simply, YES. More and more people depend on wifi to do business, complete daily tasks, research city locations, research vacation destinations, finish school homework, connect with friends online, meet up with those same friends, find city specific destinations of interest and a thousand and one more reasons. Wifi has become a daily occurrence in every American’s home. In many homes, it has began to replace tv and cable companies, just ask Comcast, DISH and others. Their numbers are seriously dropping while the likes of Netflix reaps the rewards of having their thumb on the pulse of the future.

Surely, the benefits of a country wide investment in electronic communication would outweigh the staggering expense. We need to be connected in a more simple fashion. We need to remove the piratical entities, whom are under the impression that they can still charge users per megabyte for data, aka ancient AOL, AT&T, etc… The days of people paying by data rate is seriously a dinosaur. The days of a fully functional electronic economy are upon us right now!

I think if Obama has a clever idea in his head to reform our countries brutally failing economy, it should be to provide Wifi everywhere he can, for free. He should keep his tax incentives, which are feeble at best, and invest in the true future instead!

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