Tesco teams up with BT to launch free Wi-Fi service

Wednesday, November 19th 2014
Tesco customers can now access free Wi-Fi while doing their shopping in-store.
Tesco teams up with BT to launch free Wi-Fi service
Tesco has launched a free Wi-Fi service throughout its UK and Republic of Ireland stores to enhance customers' shopping experiences.

The retailer has joined forces with network provider BT to roll out the technology across its Tesco Extra and Superstore sites, with consumers able to log on to the web completely free of charge while doing their grocery shopping.

Using the service will allow customers to download money-off coupons, look up recipes and check out in-store offers in a quick and convenient manner.

Group Technology Director for Tesco Tomas Kadlec explained how the retailer was the first UK supermarket to launch an online shopping service and is now leading the way with its free Wi-Fi access too.

"We're now bringing these innovations together to put our customers in control with better service and value than ever before," he continued.

Currently, more than 800 UK Tescos have implemented the wireless technology, while it has also arrived at 113 of its Republic of Ireland stores.

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