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Windshield Warriors to navigate the Internet wirelessly in 37 states with Pilot

San Antonio, TEXAS --- Truckstop.net, a provider of wireless Internet connectivity for the truck stop and travel pl...


San Antonio, TEXAS — Truckstop.net, a provider of wireless Internet connectivity for the truck stop and travel plaza industry, has announced that Pilot Travel Centers will be part of the Truckstop.net network as a “Hot-Spot” location partner.

Truckstop.net’s Wireless Fidelity (Wi-Fi) network will be deployed in all Pilot Travel Stop locations in the United States providing truckers with wireless access to the Internet.

Pilot will also use Truckstop.net’s wireless connectivity to provide additional industry related services and applications to its core customer base.

As the largest travel plaza network in the nation Pilot Travel Centers offer the most frequent access to things that truckers rely on.

Meanwhile, Sprint and Truckstop.net have announced an agreement that will help bring high-speed wireless capabilities and Internet access points to truck stops and travel plazas across the United States.

The multimillion dollar agreement includes both network services and expected hardware purchases. Truckstop.Net plans to work with Sprint to deliver high-speed Internet access at up to 3,000 truck stops across the nation over the term of the agreement.

Truckstop.net Wi-Fi Internet access will roll out at Pilot Travel Centers over the next couple of months, and subscription to services will be available at each Travel Stop as locations come online.


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