Washington State Ferries has shut down its free wireless Internet service. The decision ensued from the expiry of a grant that used to finance the program. WSF implemented the switch initially in the Bainbridge Island and Kingston routes and plans to do the same for Bremerton in December. Passengers may still get WiFi connection if they are already subscribed to iPass, T-Mobile and Sprint, or if they are willing to pay the ferry for the service. WSF is now charging $2.95 for 15 minutes of use, $6.95 per day, and $29.95 a month.
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