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Nov 20, 2014
The Boingo service, which replaced the Wi-Fi network of Comcast at MCBQ, has already begun offering internet options and is quickly proving a big hit. More than 25 Marines signed up for the service within the first two hours of open registration the first week of November, Smith said. TV service, however, will not be available until early December. The basic TV service is free, but upgraded service is also available at costs.
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