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Zone One - dystopian underground brazilian cyber cafe

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The Tottenham Court Road Tube Station re-development has also now destroyed this cyber café

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Directly under the Centre Point building, in the dingy, dirty, dystopian underground tunnel, leading from Tottenham Court Road Tube Station, which used to be full of rough sleepers, there, is a Brazilian Cyber Café called Zone One.

This appears to have a decent selection of Brazilian cakes and coffee, and offers Internet access, although the BT BusinessHub Internet WiFi VoIP router in the window makes one suspect that it might be relatively unsophisticated technically. - have they changed the default passwords on the web administration page ?
(oops ! - no they have not)

Will your credit card details, if your are foolish enough to type them in here online, end up being rinsed by a Brasilian organised crime gang ?

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GPS grid coordinates:

Latitude (WGS84) N51:30:59 ( 51.516267 )
Longitude (WGS84) W0:07:47 ( -0.129595 )

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