Netgear Routers Charge Facebook Check In for WiFi

Dave Zatz —  January 6, 2014 — 1 Comment

netgear-facebook-router A clever new Netgear router feature caught my eye this morning from CES. Tailored to small businesses, Facebook Wi-Fi enables that local cafe or bead shop to offer free wireless… in exchange for a Facebook check-in. Win-win? From the press blast:

NETGEAR is making the Facebook Wi-Fi login available on its premium line of next-generation wireless routers supporting dual-band 802.11ac wireless, the world’s fastest WiFi (like the AC1750/R6300, as Photoshopped to the left).

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