Philadelphia has many Internet cafés, located throughout the city (start with any local coffee shop), but the city also has been one of the first in the country to offer inexpensive Wi-Fi to all its citizens. Currently, the citywide initiative is being tested in a zone north of Chinatown and up through North Philly, but there are still free high-speed hot spots available in Love Park (next to City Hall), Benjamin Franklin Parkway, Penn's Landing, FDR Park, Belmont Parkway, and several other locations. Cybercafes.com lists more than 4,000 Internet cafes worldwide.
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