AT&T has hooked up with popular network device manufacturer NETGEAR to provide its customers with a better way to connect to the Internet on the go. The Unite Pro mobile hotspot will give users access to the carrier's 4G LTE network to connect more devices than they can possibly handle by themselves.
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Google's long-term aspirations, aside from becoming the world's repository of information, is to help get everyone on the planet connected to the Internet. The company has rather quietly started a service in the Indonesian capital of Jakarta that will let netizens connect to the Internet in an easier, or at least more affordable, way.
AT&T and Fon have announced a new partnership that will mean more WiFi hotspot access for customers of both companies. Basically, AT&T users will now have access to Fon hotspots and Fon users will now have access to AT&T hotspots. The agreement has been signed and things will be going into effect immediately.
WiFi has long been available at Starbucks locations and while that is not going away, there will soon be a change in providers. Basically, it looks like Google will be taking things over from AT&T and while Starbucks visitors will still be able to get their free WiFi fix, it does look like there will be some improvements.
Galaxy Note 8.0 or Galaxy Tab 3 tablet. This perk is being announced in conjunction with Boingo and means one year of free hotspot access. This offer is available for those in North America and includes access to any of the 35,000 hotspots that are located between the US, Canada and Mexico.
AT&T have announced their latest partnership offering. And nicely done, this one brings good news for current Boingo customers as well as select AT&T customers. Simply put, Boingo subscribers and those select AT&T subscribers will each have additional WiFi hotspot locations they can use while out and about or while traveling.
AT&T detailed their latest 4G LTE expansion plans. As of today though, we have word of coverage for AT&T customers that happen to be visiting the UK. The one catch, we are talking Wi-Fi hotspot coverage as opposed to cellular.
Google Play have teamed up with Boingo to provide more than 4,000 free WiFi hotspots all across the US. Google has dropped some coin and teamed up with the WiFi internet provider to offer access to Android smartphones, tablets, PC, and Macs but they managed to leave the iPhone off the list. More details below.