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Re: Wi-Free by Cablecom, the good, the bad and the ...

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We have UPC and Wi-Free in Hungary and the promise is if we don't opt out (let others use the wi-free from our router) we could use the wi-free anywhere in Europe. Up to now we could not access any such wi-free...
I wonder if it will be available here with our HU wi-free user/pw.
upc cablecom’s sister companies in the Netherlands, Poland, Hungary, Poland and Ireland have already introduced Wi-Free. That means that upc cablecom customers can also use the WLAN network there. The service is scheduled to be introduced by other Liberty Global subsidiaries. For more information, visit upc-cablecom.ch/wi-free. http://www.upc-cablecom.ch/en/internet/wi-free/

Maybe other countries will join up, but this is the situation stated today on the website, http://www.upc-cablecom.ch/en/internet/wi-free/

Network names

Country: Network name
Netherlands: UPC WifiSpots / Ziggo
Ireland: Horizon Wi-Free
Hungary, Poland, Romania: UPC Wi-Free
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