Starbucks UK WiFi Hotspots Now Free To Its Customers

starbucks-logoStarbucks coffee shops are now offering free wifi hot spots to their customers! In the past they have offered a wifi internet access facility, but you would have to pay each time you went and wanted to use it, thankfully Starbucks have changed their policy and now offer this as a free reward for registered users of their Starbucks Card.

For people such as me, who sometimes like a change of scenery when working on their computer, this means I can now head down to my local Starbucks and get some actual work done without the need to be paying separately for a internet-enabled wifi hot spot or sign up for a mobile broadband dongle on a contract.

Starbucks UK are now offering this service thanks to an agreement they have struck with BT Openzone to provide high speed wireless broadband internet access at more than 650 wifi-enabled coffee shop locations across the UK and Ireland.

All you need to do to have access to this great new benefit of frequenting Starbucks is pick up a Starbucks Card when next buying a beverage, ask to ‘load the card’ with at least £5/€5 and then register it online on at the Starbucks Card page. Once that’s done, you’ll have a username and password that you can use to login to the free wifi hot spot at any participating Starbucks location in the UK and Ireland.

You can also some other non-techy, more beverage-related rewards for having a Starbucks Card too, who’d have thought it! But I’m sure they’ll help keep up your energy levels and help use the free wifi to get more work done whilst there…well that’s my excuse and I’m sticking to it!

  • Extra 100% Fairtrade certified espresso shot
  • Free flavoured syrup (regular and sugar-free)
  • Free soy milk
  • Free whipped cream
  • Free Tall (12 fl oz) beverage of their choice with the purchase of one bag (250g) of Starbucks wholebean coffee

Via – Gaj-It

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