Intel, Others To Offer Free WiFi Day

 
 
By Mark Hachman  |  Posted 2003-08-26 Email Print this article Print
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

In a month's time, Intel and its partners will offer consumers the chance to check out the "unwired life" by offering them a chance to use WiFi services free of a charge for a single day.

In a months time, Intel and its partners will offer consumers the chance to check out the "unwired life" by offering them a chance to use WiFi services free of a charge for a single day. In three events to be held simultaneously on Sept. 25, a number of hardware and service providers will fete consumers with "One Unwired Day", combining Lollapalooza with the Internet café. Consumers will be able to choose from a list of Wi-Fi public hotspots offering free service, while listening to a free concert. "One Unwired Day" will be sponsored by Intel, wireless network Cometa Networks, as well as OEMs IBM and Panasonic, plus MusicMatch, T-Mobile, Toshiba, Verizon, and Warner Bros. Records/Reprise Records.
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