AT&T springs into the season and introduces lower Wi-Fi connection costs at popular Ohio venues
Just in time for weekend getaways and entertainment events as thousands embrace spring's return, AT&T Inc. has announced a hot offer for high-speed Internet users in Ohio--a limited-time only Wi-Fi hot spot connection fee for only $3.95 for a two-hour session at Cleveland Hopkins International Airport, Quicken Loans Arena and multiple hot spots along the Ohio Turnpike.
As one of the nation's largest Wi-Fi networks available to AT&T Yahoo! High-Speed Internet customers, AT&T remote access enterprise customers and others who do not have AT&T services but simply need a Wi-Fi connection when on the go, AT&T Wi-Fi service is designed to enhance today's high-speed Internet experience and to accommodate communications needs beyond the office and the home.
Customers at Quicken Loans Arena can access AT&T Wi-Fi service throughout much of the venue, including Gordon's Sports Bar, the food court, Bridges at The Q restaurant and other portions of the bowl arena. Service is available at Terminals A, B, C, D and the food court area at Cleveland Hopkins International Airport as well as in the concession, fueling and parking areas of 10 service plazas along the Ohio Turnpike.
Available for only $1.99 a month for customers who bundle AT&T Wi-Fi with their AT&T Yahoo! High-speed Internet, customers can expand the value of their high-speed Internet connection to include nearly 11,000 AT&T Wi-Fi locations nationwide, including Ohio hot spots.
To accommodate customers on the go who may not already have AT&T services, monthly AT&T Wi-Fi memberships are available to any consumer for $19.95 a month and provide unlimited access to thousands of AT&T Wi-Fi hot spots, including select McDonald's restaurants; The UPS Store and Mail Boxes Etc., coffee shops, such as Caribou Coffee; and Avis rental car locations. The AT&T Wi-Fi service allows customers to use laptop computers and personal digital assistants (PDAs) to wirelessly connect to the Internet and corporate networks at speeds of up to 50 to 100 times faster than a dial-up connection.
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