Businesses 'wasting money on Wi-Fi hotspots'

23 May 2007

Businesses are wasting thousands of pounds on Wi-Fi hotspot fees because they don't use the minutes they pay for.

A survey conducted
for hotspot provider Trustive found that most Wi-Fi users pay for
ad-hoc access, such as scratch cards and vouchers that are sold in hour
blocks. However, the average surfing session clocks in at 30 minutes or
less, meaning business users are often paying for far more than they
need. 'People are complaining Wi-Fi is expensive. Right now Wi-Fi is
expensive,because it's not used in an optimal way,' according to Bram Jam Strefland, managing director of Trustive.

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