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Eye-Fi Expands Hotspot Access Service Worldwide
Date:4/27/2010

d coverage to millions of hotspots.
  • Eye-Fi users at schools and universities across the world can now add their campus Wi-Fi network credentials to their Eye-Fi account.
  • Eye-Fi users will be able to automatically upload through hundreds of thousands more open hotspots because the Eye-Fi card now navigates through splash screens.

  • "Our users want to be connected no matter where they are or what device they are on," said David Fraser, CEO of Devicescape. "Eye-Fi has come up with a way to make virtually any camera wireless and, with our help, now those cameras can back-up and share from more places."

    Last month, Eye-Fi expanded its coverage to more than 21,000 Wi-Fi hotspots through a partnership with AT&T. Users can upload photos through any Starbucks in the U.S., in addition to Marriott Hotels, Barnes & Nobles and more.

    Beginning June 1, 2010, the expanded Hotspot Access service will be available as an upgrade for $29.99 per year.  As a limited time offer, the Eye-Fi Connect X2 and newly released Eye-Fi Geo X2 can be upgraded to a year of Hotspot Access service for $14.99 until May 31, 2010. The Eye-Fi Explore X2 and Eye-
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