KDDI to set up hotspots at Starbucks, Circle K stores

Tuesday 19 June 2012 | 13:45 CET | News
Japanese mobile operator KDDI will offer Wi-Fi access points in Starbucks Coffee Japan and Circle K Sunkus outlets, write The Nikkei. The mobile carrier will set up hotspots at the Starbucks sites from 2 July. It aims to offer Wi-Fi access at roughly 850 locations this year, excluding certain stores, such as those located within hospitals. Wi-Fi access will become available at all Circle K convenience stores by this fall. KDDI's au mobile phone customers who sign up for packet data services will have free access.

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: KDDI Corporation UK
Countries: Japan
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