How do you react if there is a proposal of "Free to Air Internet Access"?
What do you think of "Free to Air Internet Connection", which may help to access net signals to all kinds of mobiles, tablets, phablets, laptops anywhere in this world. How do you react If Internet Service Providers put forward this proposal of Free to Air (FTA) Internet connection at affordable rates. Do you think Is it possible to provide "Free to Air Internet Access"?
I don't think it would be FTA if they are suggesting 'affordable rates'. There's already FTA satellites so wouldn't be surprising if FTA internet is out there also which makes me think of places that offer free wi-fi connections. Some businesses do it for customer retention or similar to a 'reward' customer program.
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