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The Cloud offers Wi-Fi for UK iPod touchers

updated 12:15 pm EDT, Fri September 28, 2007

The Cloud for iPod touch

The Cloud, a UK network of Wi-Fi access points, has announced that it is giving Wi-Fi access to users of the iPod touch beginning on Monday with a new service dubbed "Cloud Unlimited Music," which will be priced at 3.99 per month and is not subject to any minimum term contract. iPod Touch users sign-up for the service at a designated site, where they can register their individual device for use on the network. Once registered, they can connect to over 7,500 hotspots and don't need to use a username or password. It was previously revealed that the bundled WiFi service for UK/O2 iPhone customers will be powered by Cloud when the device debuts there in November.

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