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Byline: Ellen Lee
Jul. 9--McDonald's Corp. launched a super-sized offering of wireless high-speed Internet service in the Bay Area on Tuesday, the largest and most extensive of the restaurant chain's deployments so far.
The world's most ubiquitous fast-food chain began the pilot program Tuesday at 55 Bay Area restaurants, a high-speed Internet golden arch that stretches from San Francisco to San Jose, Danville to Hayward. Another 20 will add it to their menu during the next few weeks.
"Our name has been synonymous with convenience and this is another way we're enhancing it," said Don Thompson, West Division president of McDonald's. "We believe that …