|PR Newswire (press release)
PHOENIX, Jan. 28, 2015 /PRNewswire/ — Cox Communications has opened up more than 1,200 hotspots to the public for free, unlimited use during Super Bowl XLIX week and is adding additional temporary hotspots to high traffic areas to help keep Valley …
Hotel companies originally signed deals with vendors to wire thier hotels and provide wifi essentially free. The vendor, in return, got exclusive rights to gain revenue from people connecting to the network. At lower priced hotels, due to competition …
FCC: Hotels Can’t Block Wi-Fi HotspotsNBC Bay Area (blog)
Pay for WiFi? Well, not if you use their basic service, of course – but if you want something that does more than pull in a single email every hour or so, you usually have to pony up for a faster connection (notable exception: the Fairmont, which gives …
Anyone in the area is able to comment on a WiFi network and leave the password for others to use, plus WiFi Map lets you save these in a collection so you never forget them. … The app is free for iOS, though there is a Pro version that sells for US$4.99.
WiFi Map Pro Passwords reveals open wireless hotspotsGhacks Technology News
|WFMY News 2
UNDATED — Free WiFi at hotel is no longer just for those in the penthouse suites. More and more hotel chains are offering free WiFi for all guests– the catch? You need to sign up for their free loyalty programs and yes, you will be sharing personal …
|Ghacks Technology News
You may know those from various coffee places, bars and restaurants that may offer free WiFi to customers. To gain access, it is usually necessary to ask for the password as most are password protected. WiFi Map Pro Passwords is a free application for …
A new WiFi-only phone service has been unveiled by cable company Cablevision that will allow customers to use existing WiFi networks to receive unlimited talk, text and data for $29.95 a month, bypassing traditional 3G and 4G LTE wireless networks.
Cablevision sets sights on mobile carriers with Wi-Fi-only serviceCNET
Cablevision to release Wi-Fi-only cell phone serviceFOX CT
Cablevision to introduce true Wi-Fi-only mobile servicePCWorld
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