Pacific Internet Opens WiFi Broadband In Hong KongMay 5, 2005 | Print | Comments | Category: Wireless
Pacific Internet's (PCNTF) Hong Kong subsidiary has announced the launch of a wireless broadband service in partnership with Y5ZONE, a Hong Kong-based wireless connectivity solutions provider.
Pacific Internet's WiFi Service is immediately available at over 100 hotspots in Hong Kong, covering shopping malls, food and beverage outlets in Lan Kwai Fong, Wan Chai, Causeway Bay, Quarry Bay, Tsim Sha Tsui, Mong Kok, and fast food chains.
Mobile workers can now seamlessly access the Internet, their corporate Intranet, and stay up-to-date via uninterrupted wireless communication.
Pacific Internet's latest WiFi Service is available to both Pacific Internet and non-Pacific Internet subscribers. The service is priced at HK$60 per month for unlimited usage. It provides mobile workforce, professionals, and business travelers with a convenient plug-and-play connection to the Internet. They can now connect to the Internet and their corporate network remotely through hotspots as long as their laptops and handheld computers are wireless enabled.
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