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UPC and Telenet Customers may 2015 free internet via wifi spots US and EU
customers of UPC and Telenet can use millions of wifi spots in several European countries and the USA next year Liberty Global, among other signed an agreement with Comcast to open up to each other’s customers. Public hotspots and home
Liberty Global maintains internal tests this year for the opening of wifi spots outside the Netherlands and Belgium, and next year the opportunity to come to customers of the Internet giant. In practice, this will mean that subscribers to UPC and Telenet later in several European countries and in a large number of American cities and regions can use the internet for free. opened via wifi spots users and public hotspots
If the opportunity is on offer, Bert Holtkamp of Liberty Global can not yet tell Tweakers: “It will be 2015 at least in the USA you can then access the Internet through Wi-Fi hotspots in the coverage area of Comcast, as in San Francisco. , Washington, Chicago and Boston. ” According to Holtkamp’s Liberty also connect enable wifi spots in other European countries. The company is UPC operates mainly in the Netherlands, Ireland, Austria and Poland, with Telenet in Belgium, with Unity Media in Germany and with Virgin in the UK. Liberty is also engaged in the acquisition of Ziggo in the Netherlands, if the acquisition is completed would also be those customers the possibility of international wifi spot use.
“You can connect as soon subscriber to public hotspots of London underground example,” says Holtkamp, ”The intention is to make it as easy as possible, with automatic log-on, as in the Netherlands.” In the USA, has three million Comcast Xfinity WiFi hotspots that will soon open to be used for UPC and Telenet customers. Through its various providers Liberty Global has more than 2.5 million wifi spots in Europe.
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