T-Mobile has simplified its public WLan Hotspot service, offering a standardised pricing structure across all five of its European markets.
WLan users in the UK, Germany, Austria, the Czech Republic and the Netherlands can make use of a new Hotspot subscription tariff and the existing Hotspot Pass. T-Mobile customers across Europe can now pay for Hotspot services in 15-minute blocks, or in time bundles of one, three or 24 hours.
WLan roaming is now available across six T-Mobile markets, including the US, with the Hotspot Subscription. Roaming with this tariff is seamless – there is no need to use a different username or password when travelling between participating markets.
Martin Witt, executive vice-president WLan at T-Mobile, said, “Hotspot users across Europe can now access wireless, broadband internet services at attractive rates. Customers can surf the internet, browse their company intranet, or quickly read their e-mails, in more Hotspot locations than ever before.”
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