A Montreal-based Apple dealer is offering free Wi-Fi service at Trudeau International Airport, formerly known as Montreal-Dorval International Airport.

Boutique iStore, which sells Macintosh PCs, iPods, software and peripherals, announced Monday it plans to open a retail store at the airport, where travelers will be able to research Apple notebook computers and iPods. They will also be able to download from the iTunes Web service and get access to a Wi-Fi network.

Bell Canada installed a Wi-Fi hot spot at Dorval six years ago.

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