AT&T And Starbucks Launch In Store Wi-Fi

Posted: Apr 28 2008, 12:32pm CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 7:43am CDT, in Notebooks and PCs


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AT&T and Starbucks announced that they are beginning the roll out of the AT&T Wi-Fi service in company owned Starbucks stores nationwide. The implementation of the AT&T service will continue throughout 2008.

"With the power of our Wi-Fi network, and through our partnership with Starbucks, we're strengthening our ability to meet the needs of today's mobile consumer virtually anywhere and everywhere," Stephenson said. "Expanding our reach across company-operated Starbucks locations nationwide helps us bridge the gap between our wired and wireless offerings and affirms AT&T's commitment to connect people with their worlds, everywhere they live and work."

Starting May 1st AT&T high speed internet and Wi-Fi customers will get free access to the Wi-Fi networks in stores at more than 7,000 locations nationwide. The free Wi-Fi access will be offered with the three higher-speed AT&T U-verse offerings.

Via Starbucks

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