Jersey Telecom WiFi deal leads to limited access

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The time people in Jersey can spend using wireless internet for free could be restricted at a number of public places including the airport.

This change is because of a new partnership between Jersey Telecom and The Cloud.

Users will benefit from increased security through their filtering system, faster connections and use of The Cloud's national network.

But people will now have to pay to access WiFi for more than 30 minutes.

Until they launched the new partnership people had unlimited access to the internet over WiFi in a number of public places including the airport, library, bus station and harbour.

The Cloud is one of Europe's leading wireless internet service providers.

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