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    The WI-FI internet network only cover a limited range.

    1) The WI-FI internet network only cover a limited range.
    2) The WI-FI internet network will cover only limited radius.
    3) What is the range/radius of the WI-FI?
    5) How much range/radius can the WI-FI cover?

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    Re: The WI-FI internet network only cover a limited range.

    It doesn't 'cover a range'; it has a range; or it can be said to have a certain coverage.

    Incidentally, parts of the internet are based on WiFi; a WiFi network can connect to the internet. There is not now (and I think probably never will be) a 'WiFi internet network'.

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