Commercial Wi-Fi

Commercial Wi-Fi services are available in places such as Internet cafes, coffee houses and airports around the world (commonly called Wi-Fi-cafés), although coverage is patchy in comparison with cellular:Ozone and OzoneParis In France, in September 2003, Ozone started deploying the OzoneParis network across the City of Lights. The objective: to construct a wireless metropolitan network with full Wi-Fi coverage of Paris. Ozone is also deploying its network in Brussels (Belgium) and other cities in France like Rennes. Ozone Pervasive Network philosophy is based on a nationwide scale.

* WiSE Technologies provides commercial hotspots for airports, universities, and independent cafes in the US.
* GlobeQUEST, under Globe Telecom, provides for prepaid Wi-Fi services for nearly all cafes in the Philippines
* T-Mobile provides hotspots in many Starbucks in the U.S, and UK.
* Pacific Century Cyberworks provides hotspots in Pacific Coffee shops in Hong Kong.
* WiSE Technologies provides commercial hotspots for airports, universities, and independent cafes in the US.
* T-Mobile provides Wi-Fi service in over 6000 HotSpot locations which includes many Starbucks, Borders, Fed-Ex/Kinkos, Airline Clubs, Airports and Hotels in the U.S and UK.
* Pacific Century Cyber Works provides hotspots in Pacific Coffee shops in Hong Kong.
* A Columbia Rural Electric Association subsidiary offers 2.4 GHz Wi-Fi service across a 3,700 mi² (9,728 km²) region within Walla Walla and Columbia counties in Washington and Umatilla County, Oregon.
* Other large hotspot providers in the U.S. include Boingo, Wayport and iPass.
* Wayport provides access to an ever-increasing number of Wireless McDonald’s locations.

Commercial WiFi

Commercial WiFi

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