Tim Horton's is stepping into the wireless world.
The coffee and donut chain will provide wi-fi at certain locations in Canada and the U.S. as part of a pilot project attempting to cater to a range of customers.
The company says they're trying to meet the needs of everyone from the soccer mom's and dad's and seniors, to students and business people.
Wi-fi locations in Ontario will include St. Catharines and Barrie, as well as a handful in Toronto.
Tim's competitors like Starbucks has long had wireless, while McDonalds offers the free service in over a million locations in Canada.