Tim Hortons customers will soon be able to surf the Internet while sipping on their double-double.
The Canadian coffee chain announced Thursday plans to outfit 90 percent of its restaurants with Wi-Fi by September.
Tim Hortons has been testing Wi-Fi for six months with multiple service providers and has settled on a partnership with Bell.
More than 2,000 traditional restaurant locations will have access to the network, excluding kiosks and smaller operations such as in universities and hospitals.
Tim Hortons joins other restaurants, including Starbucks, Second Cup and McDonald’s, to offer its customers free Internet access.
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