Wegman will begin rolling out Wi-FI in grocery stores across the United States, and its goal is to make the process as simple as ordering a bag of groceries.

The company announced on Tuesday that the service will begin in 2018.

The free Wi­Fi will be offered at a select number of Wegmen locations in the United Kingdom, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, South Korea, China, Taiwan, Singapore, and Hong Kong, as well as at the restaurants and shops in those countries.

Wegmans has been offering free internet to its customers for a few years now.

It has been rolling out the service since 2014, and it is currently available in Australia, Canada, Chile, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Mexico, New York, Norway, Poland, Spain, Sweden, and United Kingdom.

In some cases, the service may also be offered in some other countries.

In addition to Wi-fi, the company has also introduced a Wi-Cards app that allows customers to pay for Wi-Goggles and other accessories through their smartphone.

In the U.S., the company will be offering free access to the app for two years.

Wi-Fi will also be available in a handful of WeGmans grocery stores.

The company announced that it will start offering Wi-Wi-Finder at its New York stores.

This feature will be available for customers who do not have an account on the Wegmann website.

This will allow the company to scan a QR code and print out the QR code for customers.

The Wegmans app will also allow customers to scan their QR codes to access other Wegmens grocery stores nationwide.

WiFi will soon be available to WegMans customers in the U