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December 16, 2008

The Cloud descends on Pret A Manger


by David Allen

The chain of food stores, Pret A Manger, have announced that their customers can enjoy the benefits of surfing the internet for free by using the Cloud Wi-Fi service in sixty of their stores right now, while other stores are expected to offer the same service over the coming weeks.

This is good news for customers of the food store as it means that any Wi-Fi enabled device, whether it is a laptop, PDA or mobile phone will be able to access the internet, while they wait or while sitting down to eat.

Pret A Manger have been running trials in several of their stores since earlier on in the year, which has clearly been a success, as the management plan to have all stores offering the Cloud Wi-Fi for free by the end of the year.

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