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Wi-Fi in the clouds – Mount Fuji in Japan gets connected

Climbers of Mount Fuji can now flash their ascent and conquest of Japan’s highest peak in an instant.

Selfies can be uploaded on to social media pages thanks to the availability of broadband at the summit, 3,700 metres above sea level where connection to the Internet is available at three different locations.

As climbers pass the sixth stage of the ascent they are given a card with a login ID and password that is valid for three days.

http://www.euronews.com/2015/07/27/wi-fi-in-the-clouds-mount-fuji-in-japan-gets-connected

 


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