Wireless network vendors will be offering a free service for all customers who subscribe to a new wireless service.
The service will roll out over the next few weeks, and will be offered in all the major U.S. markets.
The free wireless network is called eduroam and will offer users a variety of devices from routers and tablets to wireless networks.
Eduroam will be rolling out over a variety and frequency bands, so there is no need to go to the store and order one, the company said in a statement.
The company said it plans to roll out eduroams nationwide this week.
The service will be free to customers who sign up for the service and for any other customer that is on a wireless plan with a free wireless service plan.
Eduroam says it is not affiliated with the wireless industry, and that its services are designed to help customers get more connected to their networks.
We are in a unique position to offer this service for consumers.
We have a huge portfolio of services, including network security, mobile device management, wireless data management, and advanced security and privacy solutions, Eduroams chief product officer Peter Fink said in the statement.
Fink added that customers can choose to buy additional wireless service plans, which he described as “dedicated” or “unlimited.”
The free wireless plan will also be available to existing customers and new customers who choose to sign up.
For the first time, Edroam says the free wireless internet service will not require a monthly plan or subscription to get the benefits of its services.
Edroams service will also include a range of tools to help you manage your devices and keep them safe, Fink added.
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