WiFi sessions skyrocketing for iPass

iPass announced a 111 percent increase in WiFi sessions running over the iPass global virtual network between January and October. iPass says the growth comes from users growing more comfortable with WiFi and from enterprises officially embracing WiFi hotspot use and consolidating it under a unified service such as iPass Mobile Office. Hotel use showed the highest growth, with an increase of 146 percent, while cafés and other retail venues saw sessions increase by 81 percent. Airport use represented the biggest portion of sessions--48 percent of all of iPass WiFi sessions--and grew 114 percent. Would you like to know the most popular WiFi café in the U.S.? It's the largest Starbucks in Texas, located at the intersection of Cole and Lemmon in Dallas.

For more about these WiFi stats:
- read this article from cellular-news.com

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