Starbucks WiFi Network Goes Google For 7000 US Stores

Posted: Aug 1 2013, 3:46am CDT | by , in News | Technology News

 

Starbucks WiFi Network Goes Google for 7000 US Stores
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Starbucks has changed its WiFi network provider from AT&T to Google. 7000 Starbucks stores in all over US will now get Google's faster, free WiFi connections for next 18 months.

Google teams up with Starbucks by replacing AT&T. Google has now become the official WiFi network provider of Starbucks. Google will now provide free and fastest WiFi access in the company's 7000 coffee shops all across US over the next 18 months.

Google Starbucks” will be the official name of this WiFi network. This network will provide its users ten times faster WiFi access than before. And if the store is located in a Google Fiber city, users can enjoy even 100 times faster WiFi speed than before.

It's great news. Now Starbucks' customers can surf internet on a real high speed while enjoying their coffee. Google will start rolling out this new network in current month of August.

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