Wi-Fi Calling – in London! Free Public Wi-Fi


If you haven’t seen the wonderful transformation of the old phone booths in London, you might not know they have been converted into free public Wi-Fi stations. These hotspots lets both locals and tourists pop-in for the Wi-Fi they need to make a reservation, get directions, call home (much cheaper calling someone via Wi-Fi than [...]

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HP is Meeting the Demand for Wi-Fi in Asia Pac and Japan


As more and more consumer and business travelers like you look for Wi-Fi as their first choice when they want to connect, HP is listening. In an innovative move designed to make connecting easy for their notebook and tablet PC users, HP has loaded a free iPass subscription onto its devices. This means customers choosing [...]

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Unique iPass Study Reveals Global Wi-Fi Explosion

Wi-Fi Growth Map

Today we shared the results of the broadest and most in-depth research into global public Wi-Fi hotspots. Analysis conducted by Maravedis Rethink, shows there will be 47.7 million public Wi-Fi hotspots deployed worldwide by the end of 2014. This information is brought to life in an Interactive Wi-Fi Growth Map that lets you see where [...]

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iPass CEO Evan Kaplan will Speak at WBA Wi-Fi Global Congress in October


It’s not too late to register for the upcoming WBA global event held in San Francisco this year on October 9 – 10, 2014. Evan Kaplan, our CEO, will join hundreds of Wi-Fi execs as they discuss driving carrier Wi-Fi forward focusing on connected society, monetization and building the future of Wi-Fi technology. Evan will [...]

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We Are Part of the New Samsung Gear S Hands Free Mobile Experience


With the market heating up in the wearable device category, Samsung has announced the new Samsung Gear S, a mobile device you wear like a watch – but don’t be fooled; it’s so much more than an old-fashioned timepiece (check out these features). Wearable computing. Our first step in connecting the Internet of Things. Samsung [...]

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