ReadyToSurf

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ReadyToSurf is a British company offering Wi-Fi Hotspots in restaurants, bars, service stations and airports around the UK. It was acquired in October 2005 by Spectrum Interactive.[1]

ReadyToSurf is one of the companies pioneering the move to wireless internet access, and is the main competitor to BT Openzone.

Access is granted through "Time vouchers" purchasable over the counter at the hotspot locations. Prices are comparable to Openzone, however Openzone has been distributed to far more locations, making it attractive to a greater number of users.

These roaming Wi-Fi services are immediately attractive to business executives on the move, however as national availability increases, some users may begin relying on these hotspots for their main access to the internet.

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