McDonald’s Moves To O2 For Free Wi-Fi Access

April 4, 2012 by Mark | 0 Comments

ComputerworldUK:

McDonald’s is migrating all its free UK Wi-Fi hotspots to O2 managed systems as part of a five-year deal.

The fast food chain said 750,000 customers are logging in each month and a single deal with O2 would provide “enhanced network connectivity”. The Wi-Fi connectivity at its sites was previously provided through deals with BT Openzone and The Cloud.

Some McDonald’s Wi-Fi users at busy locations have at times complained of limited access. Cost savings, if any, from moving to a single provider have not been outlined. Read more.

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