I don't understand the need for wireless hot spots if you can just use data plans. At&T requires one anyway. What use or extra added value does this produce for the average user?
I have no context to understand the significance of this new development.
Biongo user's who pay a monthly fee now have more hotspots they can connect to.
I'm not a AT&T customer but this could be a cheaper alternative for people who go international or something. If you are only going on vacation and they charge you $30 bucks or something so you can use wi-fi on your phone while on vacation out of country then it might be worth it or something.
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