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The Cloud offers Wi-Fi access for iPod touch users

UK-based wireless network operator The Cloud has introduced a new £3.99 (around $8) per month Wi-Fi access plan for iPod touch users. The plan, called Cloud Unlimited Music, will be available from October 1, and offers iPod touch users unlimited internet access at the network’s thousands of access points throughout the region. It was previously announced that iPhone users in the UK would have access to The Cloud’s network of Wi-Fi hotspots as part of their monthly plan with O2. Owen Geddes, group director of business development for The Cloud, said: “iPhone users will soon be able to make the most of our WiFi network with O2 and The Cloud when the iPhone is introduced in November, and we want to make sure people who have the WiFi-enabled iPod touch are able benefit from our network of over 7,500 hotspots, too.”

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hi i just got an iPod touch & im having a hard time. i have DSL internet connection on my home laptop. how can i get wifi on my iPod? is there a way to do it for free? i’m not technically inclined so if you could answer me in simple terms.. thanx!

Posted by ebaby on April 5, 2011 at 9:06 PM (CDT)

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