Microsoft Corporation (MSFT) Wants To Provide Trouble-Free Wi-Fi
Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ:MSFT) appears to have something brewing in the Wi-Fi world. There is evidence that the company is working on a new service that would extend trouble-free Wi-Fi and Internet access to more users.
Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ:MSFT) is developing a sort of a Wi-Fi Serivce. The objective was very clear. The software company wanted users not to face any hindrance in respect of Wi-Fi throughout the globe.
Signs of the new service were witnessed first by WalkigCat in Twitter Inc (NYSE:TWTR). The same user also spotted the OneClip app. The site has updated it with a ‘coming soon’ graphic post. Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ:MSFT) told VentureBeat that it would be able to share more information about the new services once it is available.
The key factor of the new service is that it would work through different apps like Apple Inc (NASDAQ:AAPL)’s iOS, Google Inc (NASDAQ:GOOGL)’s Android, and OS X. Of course, its own Windows app was a natural addition. Another important aspect is that Wi-Fi would be available from different hotspot providers even on the fly.
However, Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ:MSFT) made it clear that the new service would not be available for free during the launch. That meant users would have to pay for it. The company also appeared to have said that the subscribers might have to pay Skype Wi-Fi and work at firms utilizing its Office 365 for Enterprise. The company might also come with different offers for using a special Wi-Fi offer. The company has also not come with its roll out plans about the new service. An announcement from the software major is keen expected.
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