A while back McDonalds started to offer wi-fi in their restaurants. I have yet to try it. I am going to try it on my trip to Oregon. Apparently if you are an AT&T DSL Pro subscriber you can use the service for no additional charge. We will find out how that works!
McDonald’s – More Than 15, 000 Wi-Fi Enabled Restaurants Around the Globe!
We believe in bringing you innovative and convenient services that enhance your McDonald’s restaurant visit, and Wi-Fi is a perfect example. As McDonald’s continues to deliver fast and friendly food service at more than 30,000 convenient locations around the world, you can now enjoy the possibility of staying connected with friends, family and co-workers. Just find a Wi-Fi ready Golden Arches (click here for Wi-Fi enabled locations in your area) and you can check e-mail or chat with your friends while your kids are having fun in the Playplace.
To access the Wi-Fi services in a restaurant, you need a Wi-Fi enabled device, such as a laptop or PDA. If you are unsure whether your laptop or PDA is Wi-Fi enabled, click here to determine what hardware is required.
Our local service providers provide high-quality Wi-Fi service through several convenient connection options: on-line credit card payment, subscriptions, prepaid cards, or (sometimes) promotional coupons. If you have questions or need technical help, the Wi-Fi provider’s customer support number should be handy in the restaurant.
Please note that currently there are no roaming capabilities between different countries, neither for customers nor McDonald’s employees. You will have to connect separately with the respective Wi-Fi service provider.
Enjoy surfing and working in your local McDonald’s!