Wi-Fi in ParkIn the words of the English poet John Donne, “man – not an island, and he can not live alone.” The same can be said of any home network, it does not belong only to the owner.

Friends and family more often consider it their natural right of personal mobile devices to connect to the Internet through your home router.

Given this trend, operators are beginning to form a “public network Wi-Fi”, allowing the subscriber to safely and easily connect to the service provider network through Wi-Fi access points of other users. Providers can see that the “municipal networks Wi-Fi” there is a consistent demand. Moreover, they believe that this model can be very effective in terms of business. This service allows network operators to quickly scale Wi-Fi, to differentiate their broadband offers to acquire new customers and reduce churn. Continue reading