Gowex Targets The Big Apple For Free Wi-Fi, Revenue Prospects
Spain-based wireless Smart-City/Wi-Fi developer Gowex has made inroads into the U.S. market, with the company now offering its free Wi-Fi solution in all the New York City boroughs via more than 1,950 Wi-Fi smart zones. The company is offering operators and vendors several different avenues for new revenues. Here’s how Gowex actually plans to make money for itself and its partners: roaming and offloading deals with such operators as AT&T and Deutsche Telekom; deploying a Smart Advertising platform for advertisers targeting both NYC residents and for tourists visiting the city; and charging for Smart City services owned and run by Gowex.

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The FCC voted unanimously late Thursday to approve an order implementing the Emergency Broadband Benefit program, meeting a statutory deadline set by Congress to adopt rules for implementing the $3.2 billion

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