FirePlanet LLC Announces the Launch of Its Upgraded 802.11b/g High-Speed Wireless Internet Hotspot Solutions

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FirePlanet LLC today announced the launch of its high-speed wireless Internet hotspots for business, targeting cafes, restaurants, resorts, marinas, hospitality industry, public areas, managed housing, and other venues throughout the United States.

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While most public hotspots around the country only support the 802.11b (11 megabit per second) speed, the new FirePlanet hotspots can now support both 802.11b and 802.11g (54 megabits per second) clients. This break from slower public hotspot promise much higher bandwidth and greater user capacity. In addition to the greater speed, the new hardware being used supports QoS (quality of service applications) to better deliver multimedia streams such as music, video, and conferencing services to the wireless users, and VPN support for business users.

A FirePlanet hotspot is very inexpensive for businesses, and can be offered for free or for a fee to end-users. It includes full 24x7 monitoring and support, user maintenance and installation.

FirePlanet end-user prices are amongst the lowest in the nation. They offer four basic plans:

  • Unlimited Minutes Monthly Subscription Plan: $19.95 per month for unlimited access.
  • Pay-Per-Use Plan: $3.50 / 20 Minutes; each additional minute only $0.15.
  • Daily Plan: $5.95 per 24-hour period.
  • 300 Minute Subscription Plan: $11.95 for 300 minutes; each additional minute only $.10.

Founded in 2002, FirePlanet is a WiFi hotspot provider, head-quartered in New York City. FirePlanet offers full end-to-end solutions of pay-per-use, or free, hotspots for businesses. From hardware and installation, billing and maintenance, to configuration and support, FirePlanet has everything a business needs to provide its customers with fast, reliable, wireless access to the Internet. The FirePlanet hotspot is a turnkey, fully managed, wireless Internet solution, tailored to the needs of cafes, restaurants, resorts, marinas, hospitality industry, public areas, and managed housing.


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