Burger King launches 'Whopper Wi-Fi' in all restaurants

Burger King (NYSE: BKW) is launching AT&T Wi-Fi services for all of its U.S. restaurants. The upgraded platform, "Whopper Wi-Fi," replaces and upgrades current restaurant Wi-Fi networks.

Benefits of the new, streamlined Wi-Fi platform include customizable setup and consistent service at all stores. Burger King is the first large-scale customer to deploy AT&T's Ready Zone, a plug-and-play, managed Wi-Fi access point that covers up to 2,000 square feet.

"Whopper Wi-Fi is about improving the in-restaurant experience for our guests," said Alex Macedo, president, North America, Burger King. "Most of our guests carry smartphones or tablets, and this upgrade makes their time with us easier." Story

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