SEATTLE Starbucks has taken another step to increase store traffic and build customer loyalty by announcing it will offer a mix of free and paid Wi-Fi access starting this spring. The chain has partnered with AT&T Inc. to offer up to two hours of free Wi-Fi service a day to Starbucks Card holders at more than 7,000 company-owned units in the United States. Other Starbucks customers will be able to buy tiered access to the AT&T Wi-Fi network at Starbucks. Two-hour periods will cost ...
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