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Greggs, M&S offer best quality High Street Wi-Fi - study

Wednesday 18 November 2015 | 11:00 CET | News
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Greggs and Marks & Spencer offer the best quality free Wi-Fi of the UK's leading high street brands, according to a new report from Wi-Fi specialists Devicescape. When brands are ranked according to a combination of the quality of their Wi-Fi and the ease with which it can be accessed, Boots and Asda come top. Devicescape found that brands from the retail and 'food on the go' sectors offered the best quality Wi-Fi, followed by restaurants, banks, and coffee shops. Mike Hibberd, Director of Marketing, Devicescape, said that the quality of high street Wi-Fi in the UK was really very good across

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Companies: Devicescape
Countries: United Kingdom
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