Magyar Telekom to install 100,000 hotspots in Hungary
Magyar Telekom, the Hungarian subsidiary of German giant Deutsche Telekom, together with Wi-Fi solution provider Fon, will launch 100,000 broadband Wi-Fi hotspots around Hungary, according to Hungarian news agency MTI today.
The service of these hotspots will be available in approximately 2,000 communities created with devices attached to the landlines of internet subscribers, MTI said.
For landline internet subscribers the service would be free to use, as well as for some mobile subscribers, the company said. MTel subscribers with data roaming plans may also avail of Fonʼs service in 20 other countries around the world, MTI noted.
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