Pret offers free wi fi access on The Cloud networkPret a Manger allows web use without a charge
16 December 2008
Pret a Manger has started giving customers free wireless internet access in its sandwich shops.
The service is available in around half of Pret's shops. The company plans to offer the service in all 130 stores later in December.
The move sees customers able to use any Wi-Fi capable device for free in Pret, on hotspot provider The Cloud's network.
See our guide to Wi-Fi hotspots for more information.
If you're interested in getting internet access on the move, you should also consider mobile internet.
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The Cloud says that it has 11,000 hotspot locations in 12 European countries, including airports, hotels, restaurants, sporting venues and entertainment venues.
BT Openzone and T-mobile offer similar hotspot services across the UK. All these services offer pay-as-you-go and pay- monthly services for access to their hotspots.
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