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Starbucks Says Wireless Rollout to Start With 3 Cities
Posted: 28-Apr-2001 [Source: internet.com]

[Starbucks to introduce wireless services in Dallas, San Francisco, and Seattle stores by late spring. ]

"Seattle-based Starbucks Coffee Co. said it intends to roll-out wireless services initially to customers in Dallas, San Francisco and Seattle by late spring, denying allegations that it had been forced to delay its rollout plans to bring in-store broadband Internet access services via wireless devices.

"The well-known coffee chain was adamant that the wireless project had "never been put on hold."

"Citing a person close to the situation, InternetNews.com on Thursday incorrectly reported that Toronto-based Cyberplex, which had agreed to "help define and design its new high-speed, wireless network and content delivery system" for Starbucks had put things on hold due to "internal problems" within its firm. Cyberplex officials explained the delay referred to the company's planned media tour.

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