HughesNet Customers Get Wi-Fi Access On the Road

The GearLog Website Reported:
Wayport announced that subscribers of the satellite-based HughesNet ISP–the lowest-scoring method of Internet connection in the annual PC Magazine Readers Survey on service and reliability, so much that dial-up service scored better–now can get access at any of up to 10,000 Wi-Fi hotspots operated by Wayport. That includes many hotels, Hertz rental locations, and, of course, about 9,500 McDonald’s restaurants.

But not for free. This service costs HughesNet subscribers an extra $14.99 a month.

So next time the satellite service is making a HughesNet customer tear out his hair in clumps, he can rest easy knowing he can pay more to drive to the local Mickey D’s for some actual Internet time. With fries.

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