Tag Archives | WiFi

Top Tips for staying connected at Mobile World Congress 2012

With MWC just about a week away, it’s time now to get your personal communications plan sorted. I asked Christian Gunning, Director of Corporate Communications at Boingo Wireless for his suggestions. Over to you Christian: – – – – – Attending Mobile World Congress is a bit like weathering the perfect storm for wireless power users. […]

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5,000 event WiFi users consumed 1TB of data in 4 days

I wanted to document this separately just so I’ve got a record of it. If you think that event WiFi is one of those ‘meh, maybe’ things that nobody bothers using, think again. Have a read of this: According to Max Wi-Fi, 989GB of data was transferred over the four days across nearly 5,000 devices. […]

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Virgin Media grows a good pair of WiFi balls

I was delighted to see that Virgin Media’s CEO, Neil Berkett, is aiming to ‘take a punt’ on London-wide-WiFi (quoted in The Telegraph). About flipping time. Save us from BT-flipping-Openzone. Anyone who wants to charge PER MINUTE for dog-slow-rubbish-paltry-almost-helpful WiFi service deserves some serious competition. It is utter shite, BT Openzone. I don’t think I’ve […]

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Free WiFi in all Tesco stores? Good idea!

Here’s a note I picked up from MobileToday: The new service will allow smartphone, tablet and laptop users to surf the internet while browsing the aisles for their weekly shop at no cost. via Mobile Today | Tesco to offer free Wi-Fi in stores. I think this is only going to help Tesco in the […]

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361 degrees podcast – Episode 10: Bothersome things

In the latest episode of the 361 degrees podcast, I receive a virtual yellow card for using the word ‘sodding‘ during the episode (referring to MMS). Ben was not impressed at my language and I could feel Rafe giving me a stare from 3,000 miles away. I couldn’t help it. Anyway, let’s get on with […]

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Boingo: Are there any better WiFi roaming alternatives?

I had the following note in from Boingo tonight. If you haven’t come across them, Boingo is the world’s largest network of WiFi hotspots. I use them regularly, especially when I’m abroad. They’re great with airports, hotels, coffee shops and so on. I particularly like the way their laptop software automatically logs you in — […]

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The conundrum with giving money to Spectrum Interactive

I’m in Manchester at the moment doing some filming at Old Trafford, the ‘Theatre of Dreams’ for Manchester United. I came up from London last night and stayed overnight in the Premier Inn next to the stadium. I then had to make what I’m sure is a very familiar decision to most readers — WiFi […]

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