AT&T’s free Wi-Fi access now available for Apple iPhone across U.S., including Starbucks

Free AT&T Wi-Fi access is now available for Apple iPhone at thousands of hotspots nationwide, including Starbucks that are U.S. company-operated Starbucks locations equipped with a Wi-FI hotspot. Users can relax and access music, email and web browsing services with their favorite blend in hand from the comfort of their nearest location.

There are thousands of AT&T Wi-Fi hotspot locations nationwide, including:
• Airports
• Hotels
• Universities
• Convention Centers
• Sports Centers
• Starbucks locations
• Restaurants
• Bookstores
• Supermarkets

More information here.

[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “David” and “Marc” for the heads up.]

25 Comments

  1. Waiting on ATT to pull the plug again. They started the service, oops wrong time, did it again, ooops-sorry, and maybe the third time is the charm?!.

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  2. This is from AT&Ts;website

    iPhone users, get started with Wi-Fi

    Activate Wi-Fi from the settings icon on your iPhone
    Select “attwifi” from the list of available networks
    Enter your 10-digit mobile number and check the box to agree to the Acceptable Use Policy. Tap ‘continue’
    You will receive a text message from AT&T;with a secure link to the AT&T;Wi-Fi hotspot. You will not be charged for the text message.
    The SMS link will only be valid for 24 hours at the location it was requested. Another request must be submitted when using another hotspot location.
    Open the text message and tap on the link for 24-hour access to the AT&T;Wi-Fi hotspot

  3. @Mac Daddy
    Lurrvly. But I wonder whatever happened to the iTunes WiFi Music Store. It just kinda faded away, it seems.

    It didn’t fade away. When you are on a WiFi network, you can use the iTunes WiFi Music Store. I do it all the time. Could you be talking about something else?

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