Eclipse Internet Launches ROAM

UK ISP Eclipse Internet introduces its ROAM public WiFi service

November 24, 2004

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EXETER, U.K. -- Award-winning innovative broadband provider Eclipse Internet has made another major step toward providing the ultimate in flexible broadband services. Today the company launched its ROAM public Wi-Fi service which provides Eclipse customers with easy to use, wire-free broadband Internet access when travelling. And, the service is completely free until the end of 2004 to all customers with a valid Eclipse broadband or dial up service.

The service gives customers greater freedom and flexibility. It also improves their personal efficiency and increases their productivity whilst on the move. Eclipse ROAM Wi-Fi complements the company's highly successful FLEX Broadband product family - the UK's first and only boostable broadband service - and provides broadband download speeds at BT Openzone hotspots.

Connectivity is available nationwide at airport and hotel lounges, food outlets, motorway service stations and railway station concourses. A complete list of access points is available on the company's website at www.eclipsebroadband.com

Mark Lang, founder of Eclipse Internet and Director of Broadband and ISP Development for the Kingston Communications Group said "We are continually looking for ways to provide added value. We have a growing number of business customers and increasingly many of these have to travel as part of their work. When they are away from their office they still need access to their company IT network and our new ROAM public Wi-Fi service will allow them to achieve that simply and cost-effectively. Now 'on the move' secure access to email and the Internet is as easy as calling your office from a mobile telephone."

Eclipse Networking Ltd.

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