Plans were revealed today that would see users of social networking site MySpace given free Wi-Fi access when they use Broadband provider The Cloud.
The Cloud currently has 7,000 hotspots, and users logging on will be made aware of the deal by MySpace branding and multimedia content.
By following the advertised link users will be granted free access to MySpace.com, or alternatively continue to use a range of other services from The Cloud at the usual tariffs.
With some 75 million users, the deal could be providing a lot of Wi-Fi for a lot of users!
As part of the deal The Cloud’s Wi-Fi network will also be advertised across the MySpace network, with the joint promotion due to run until October. After this time users will have to subscribe to The Cloud’s Wi-Fi network as usual.
“The Cloud is delighted to be working with MySpace to provide many millions of its users free access to their music, video and friends over Cloud Wi-Fi,” – Steve Nicholson, The Cloud’s chief executive.