All Melita mobile prepaid or pay-monthly customers can now enjoy free Wi-Fi through 3 million Wi-Fi hotspots worldwide. Throughout this summer holiday season until the end of September 2014, internet access through these hotpots anywhere in the world is absolutely free for all Melita mobile customers.
melitaWIFI Travel extends the popular free melitaWIFI service from local outdoor zones to practically anywhere in the world. Melita has partnered with a global leader in Wi-Fi hotspot services to provide immediate access to millions of internet hotspots around the world to all of its customers. Wi-Fi internet hotspots are available across Europe, the US, and Asia.
Customers using melitaWIFI Travel can find more than 6000 hotspots in London and more than 5000 hotspots in New York. Planning a long trip to Thailand? You will find more than 6000 Wi-Fi internet hotspots there too.
“melita has placed Wi-Fi internet access at the centre of its growth strategy. A few years back we had taken the decision to ensure all melita internet customers get Wi-Fi access by default at their home or office. Last year we launched melitaWIFI extending the Wi-Fi experience seamlessly from home to outdoors. Now melita customers are also getting free Wi-Fi wherever they’re travelling around the world. We want their experience to be as seamless as possible – and we want to give our customers great value for money. No more bill shocks or concerns about data roaming charges”, commented Ludolf Rasterhoff, COO at Melita.
To access the service, Melita Mobile customers need to follow a quick 3-step process.
- download and install the melitaWIFI Travel application
- open the application and enter the MyMelita username and password
- while abroad, use the application to choose any of the available hotspots available near you and you’re ready to browse.
The service is currently available for Android Phones and tablets, while the app for iPhone and iPad will be available later in August. Flat rate bundles will be available after the free period for users who wish to continue using the service.
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