London takes international WiFi crown

More people use WiFi hotspots at non-business locations in London than any other city in the world, according to research released today. The capital notched up over 11,000 access sessions at locations including cafes and bookshops during a six month period, double the rate of the second most popular city, Singapore, says WiFi provider iPass.

Its WiFi hotspot index, which tracks usage data from hotspots within iPass' virtual global network, says throughout the UK access sessions have increased 75 per cent between July and December 2006 and London venues are the most popular with Heathrow airport taking the top spot and Gatwick airport second.

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News source: vnunet

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