International Internet Access Provider Adds More than 1500 WiFi Hotspots in United Kingdom

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ISP announces to provide access for its users more than 1500 hotspots in United Kingdom.

These hotspots include key business venues such as international British Airways airport lounges, BAA airports, Hilton, Ramada Jarvis and Corus hotels and major UK railway stations. users will also be able to access these hotspots set up at major conferences and events that have included World Travel Market, London Fashion Week and the British Formula One Grand Prix.

This will add existing WiFi agreements that has in place - with a network of 14,200 broadband access points worldwide. All this is possible with the existing partnership with’s global Internet access provides its users with the world’s premiere Internet access service, providing connection in 150 countries. Easy and reliable connections are available by local dial-up, toll-free, WiFi or broadband for PCs, Macs, PDAs and mobile phones. In addition to the Global Roaming Mobile Assistant features included with every account, global internet access is available with global SMTP that allows to send emails with existing accounts, additional POP3 email account, no set-up fees, no monthly, annual or hidden charges and a risk-free money back guarantee. uses a “pay-as-you-go” model, with billing per second of use and no minimum charges.

With instantaneous access to the Internet from multiple worldwide locations i.e. USA, China, Australia, a total of 150 countries, services enable travelers and businesspeople to remain in contact and work efficiently when away from the home or office. Special business features are available with the Global Roaming Corporate Hosted Server, allowing companies to supply their remote and mobile employees with widespread Internet access at excellent rates.

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