Last night, when we announced that today we were going to change our FONero distribution system in Germany, from a system based on credit card payments to a based on trust, I said that our objective with this “demonstration” was to create the largest public WLAN/WiFi network in Germany, free for Linus FONeros (Bill and Alien FONeros have to pay 10 euros for a 5 day pass to use it).

While T-Mobile, with its 4500 access points, is still the largest WiFi network, at Fon we believe that this won´t be the case for long. Since February, when FON started, we had deployed a total of around 3000 access points. But only today we have received 1800 orders for Foneras from people in Germany. So it is likely that in the next 3 weeks we will be the largest WiFi network in Germany.

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