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YONGSAN GARRISON, South Korea — U.S. military bases throughout South Korea are going wireless, at least in some of the restaurants and public spaces.

And in many cases, the Internet service is free.

In South Korea, the Army and Air Force Exchange Service contracts with a provider called SSRT in 18 spots, spokeswoman Sgt. First Class Amanda Glenn said in a written response to Stripes.

Usage varies at each site, though one of the most popular locations is at the food court at Camp Humphreys’ Post Exchange, she said.

But at the Dragon Hill Lodge on Yongsan Garrison, which began offering wireless access in recent weeks, the service is part of the hotel’s new business center and costs $3 per hour.

Here are other locations throughout South Korea:

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