Japan’s Mt. Fuji now has free WiFi. Here are some other remote Web hotspots

Jacob Bogage

There are a lot of good reasons to have wireless Internet on mountains. Climbers could use mobile devices to check weather alerts. They could notify authorities if something goes wrong. They could also access GPS to find their way.

And they can post gorgeous Instagram photos like this:

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