WiFi pioneer Boingo is passing the 100,000 hotspot mark, with a new WiFi service "providing international business travellers with access to more than 100,000 locations around the world for one low monthly cost with no roaming charges and no per-minute fees." The key detail, however, will be the decision to go flat rate. The …
Am I missing something?
I am either confused or this is bull-whotsit. I had a look at Boingo's website and did a quick search on Reading, UK. All but one of the 3 pages of results were so called "Premium Locations", which had an additional per minute fee, and the McDonalds in Reading is no premium location in my book.
The Global tariff didn't mention anything about being exempt from these
So far it looks like a con to me, they should call it the "Itchy and Scratchy dollars" tariff...
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