Just a few years ago (okay, 10) when I lived on campus at WVU, no one I knew had a cellphone. Now, everybody does. But at Marshall University here in Wild Wonderful, the service is free.
This report airing on TechTV spotlights the Marshall campus as a model for wireless infrastructure on college campuses. Under the school's plan, students receive free nationwide long-distance in the contiguous 48 states, no roaming charges, and even unlimited minutes.
The program was made possible by a partnership with West Virginia Wireless. I'll bet MIT doesn't even have this kind of service. What a great idea.