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Punch has extended its agreement with Sky to ensure all of its pub venues across the UK can offer customers free WiFi from The Cloud.

Currently, 75% of all Punch pubs already benefit from free WiFi, providing their customers with a fast, reliable and easy to use service that ensures they are able to connect throughout their visit. The new agreement with Sky, an extension of the current deal between the two companies, means that any Punch venues that do not currently offer connectivity will be able to offer this free service to their customers.

Punch’s pub-goers will be able to register their device which means they can auto-connect to WiFi at any Punch venue, as well as over 20,000 free hotspots around the country, and get online straight away.

Julie Clamp, Machines and Services Manager for Punch, said: “Punch recognises the importance of meeting its customer requirements by making it quick, easy and free to keep in touch via WiFi. Connectivity to the office and to friends via social media is an important part of what people are looking for from Punch venues. The Cloud WiFi from Sky has proved to be hugely popular, as well as fast and reliable, in the large number of Punch pubs that have already rolled it out. We look forward to extending this across more of our sites.”

The Cloud WiFi from Sky is the UK’s leading public WiFi provider. The Cloud provides super-fast, reliable and easy to use WiFi to over four million users per week and leads the charge for public WiFi innovation.

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