The LEGOLAND® Windsor Resort Connects the Bricks with Free WiFi
The LEGOLAND® Windsor Resort has announced it will offer free WiFi to all guests across the Resort from today. The WiFi will give guests easy access to a range of online services including social media platforms and the wider web. It will also facilitate LEGOLAND’s Q-bot technology, provided by access, which allows visitors to reserve their place in a queue whilst enjoying other rides.
“Connected Cymru” – The Cloud Announces WiFi Roll-outs in 18 Welsh Healthcare Locations
The UK’s leading public WiFi provider, The Cloud, has announced two new WiFi partners from the healthcare industry. Adding to its 1000+ WiFi locations in Wales, the company now provides a fast and free connection to Aneurin Bevan and Cwm Taf health boards. It has also begun a trial with NWIS (North Wales Information Services) which supports NHS Wales in the delivery of IT. The deals follow an earlier roll-out in October 2013 with Abertawe Bro Morgannwg (ABM) and will see free WiFi made accessible to over 1.7 million patients every year.
Chessington World of Adventures Resort has announced it will be offering free WiFi to all visitors across the park, including in the Chessington Safari hotel and shortly in the new Azteca hotel, due to open in August. The WiFi will give guests easy access to a range of online services including social media and the wider web. The partnership with WiFi provider The Cloud will offer a reliable internet connection throughout the resort, allowing people to upload photos and videos of their day, access resort information and ultimately make the most of their visit.
World famous attraction, Madame Tussauds London, will shortly launch a free WiFi service that will allow visitors to upload photos and videos, access social media and share their experiences as they rub shoulders with some of the world’s most famous stars.
Anatomy of a Digital Nation – UK spends 39 million tablet-minutes on public WiFi in first week of 2014
The Cloud, the UK’s leading public WiFi hotspot provider, has today released figures which explore the UK’s obsession with all things mobile – highlighting the increasing popularity of tablet devices and the reliance on mobile internet throughout the festive period and into the New Year.