McDonalds opens Israeli cyber-café

Burgers, fries and silicon chips...

Burgers, fries and silicon chips...

Fast-food giant McDonalds is to open a cyber-café in Tel Aviv as it attempts to cater to the needs of high-tech savvy teenagers. The fast food giant opened the restaurant on Sunday with facilities to allow 20 people to surf the web at $2 for 20 minutes. McDonalds will not be opening the restaurant on the Sabbath or on religious holidays. For related news see:
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