Need Free WiFi To Stream Your Geogad Tours, Then Stick To These Cities

By mi_brami from
By mi_brami from

Some of the best cities for free hotel WiFi may be where you least expect them. According to Vouchercloud, the top 10 cities for free hotel WiFi are

  1. Malmo, Sweden
  2. Gothenburg, Sweden
  3. Toulouse, France
  4. Istanbul, Turkey
  5. Stockholm, Sweden
  6. Saragossa, Spain
  7. Adana, Turkey
  8. Saint Petersburg, Russia
  9. Lyon, France
  10. Saville, Spain

The 10 worst cities for free hotel WiFi are

  1. Cologne, Germany
  2. Manchester, UK
  3. Lugano, Switzerland
  4. Munich, Germany
  5. Frankfurt, Germany
  6. Milan, Italy
  7. Hamburg, Germany
  8. Berlin, Germany
  9. Liverpool, UK
  10. Birmingham, UK

But don’t let the lists above fool you into thinking that France is winning the free hotel WiFi war over England. The Majestic Barriere Hotel in Cannes, France has the world’s most expensive hotel WiFi

. Their 2 Mbps low speed service is £7/day, £88/day for the 10Mbps WiFi service, and a truly majestic £236/day for their 50 Mbps WiFi service. 


Free In-Flight Streaming with JetBlue and Amazon Prime

Boeing-767Rejoice travelers! You no longer need to factor in the download time for your favorite movies as part of your pre-airport experience. Amazon Prime members can stream Amazon’s movies and music on JetBlue’s free Fly-Fi broadband Internet on all JetBlue’s Airbus A321 and A320 aircraft this year, and on JetBlue’s Embraer E190 aircraft in 2016.

This one new feature has probably saved you at least 10 minutes before your next JetBlue flight. Now you can use that time to download a Geogad Tour for your travel destination.

Newest Adventures In Content Distribution

The content distribution business is constantly growing. YouTube just announced that it is creating subscription channels with its partners. These new channels will be a tough new competitor to the traditional cable networks with their expensive bundles.

On the flip side, Apple is running into trouble getting its own deals together with the music companies. The latest rumors is that Apple tried to lowball the music companies by offering 6 cents per 100 streamed songs. This is half the 12.5 cents per 100 songs that Pandora is already paying. Apple has had to offer more in the deals, such as a share of the ad revenues and even a minimum flat payment in case the customer demand is weaker than expected. It is interesting to see how Apple’s usual bargaining strategies don’t work when they are late to enter the market.