Microsoft accidentally announced its new Wi-Fi service
04 Jun 2015
Microsoft just gave us an accidental preview of its new Wi-Fi service, which will let users connect to millions of wireless internet hotspots across the globe.
Microsoft Wi-Fi looks like a revamp of Skype Wi-Fi, which lets subscribers access the hotspots that pop up in coffee shops, hotels, and train stations from lots of different providers using one login.
This includes Boingo, Xfinity Wi-Fi, and Gowex hotspots in the US and access points from BT and The Cloud in the UK.
Users can then pay per minute for how long they are online using the credit on their Skype account.