free-hotspot.com, for iPod Touch and iPhone free access
IPhone and iPod touch users will have free access to the Internet in certified FREE HotSpots. Today's announcement comes directly from the company that specializes in Wifi access points. Thanks to the initiative, those who use the two Apple devices will be able to browse Wi-Fi, purchase and download music from the iTunes Music Store 'all this without connection fees and without the obligation to view commercials.
Brandon Meyers, Vice President of Marketing for free-hotspot.com, said: 'New Wi-Fi devices such as the iPhone and iPod touch are making free Internet access a necessary option for users. With the opening of our network for 3 months, we are giving customers the possibility to access content in over 3,500 HotSpots without having to pay for access or having to view commercials. " He continued "Our pan-European network supports business travelers who, when switching from one network to another in roaming, face additional costs."
According to Meyers, the company's expectations are to reach 5,000 HotSpots in Europe by the end of 2008. Currently free-hotspot.com operates the largest free Wi-Fi Internet in the world, with over 3,500 HotSpots in 18 European countries. In Italy there are 255.
To access the free wireless Internet service, the user must view an advertisement. Which will not happen, in fact, for users of iPod touch and iPhone.
More information and a list of access points at this address