With the internet such an inherent part of our lives, it seems ludicrous for many hotels, airports, restaurants and other public places not to have wifi, or if they do, to charge exorbitant prices for it. Israeli startup Yadwire says its solution just might be the end to all that.
Yadwire was founded in late 2011 with a clear mission: To supply more people with free access to wifi and give wireless providers a financial incentive to do so by integrating advertising into browsers.
Yadwire CTO Stephane Hercot tells NoCamels: “We were just amazed that so many wifi networks offered in airports, restaurants etc are not free. For people like us, who are always connected, who need our daily internet dose, it is kind of strange.”