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July 9, 2009

Free Wi-Fi at Pret A Manger


by David Allen

Customers of the famous sandwich and food retailer “Pret A Manger” will be able to surf the net using the free Wi-Fi service.

The Wi-Fi service provided by the cloud is available to anyone with a Wi-Fi enabled device, so whether the customer is waiting in line to place their order or sitting inside for a more leisurely sit down lunch, there will be no escaping the office.

Free Wi-Fi is available in around sixty stores so far, but all one hundred and thirty stores will be serving up the free Wi-Fi service by the end of the year.

Wi-Fi has been trialled around the Pret stores for well over a year and once the service has been rolled out across the entire chain, Pret A Manger will be joining High St rivals McDonalds which also offers free Wi-Fi to customers.

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