Sweet Spot Solutions and Pronto Networks are offering a Wi-Fi network covering downtown Tempe this week in support of the final presidential debate: But in order to access it, customers must use a special USB Wi-Fi adapter available from Sweet Spot and the access is quite expensive. For one day, users must pay $49.95. A week's access costs $199.95. It sounds as if the companies are banking on attracting a captive audience such as members of the press who might really like to have such remote access. We'll have to see if they think the benefit is worth the price.