Starbucks’ WiFi goes Google July 31, 2013 In Technology Starbucks dumps AT&T WiFi for Google. Share this:FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmailPocketPrint Related #AT&T #google #internet #starbucks #tech #WiFi Chromecast Grandma’s Breakfast 4 Comments Brad Evans July 31, 2013 Reply Yay! Can’t be worse than what they have now with AT&T! Brad Evans July 31, 2013 Reply Hmmmm… Will be interesting to see the difference. In the last 6 months or so Starbux WiFi has become dreadful – even when there are few or no other people with laptops around. Was thinking that maybe the store manager has “dreadfulness knob” that could be adjusted to send people who camp there as their office, on their way. But it could simply be AT&T throttling the feed to Starbux to dial-up modem speeds to save money. Glad to see the change. Can’t be any worse… Jen (Author) July 31, 2013 Reply Yeah, I heard speeds were pretty bad. Thank goodness for unlimited data and tethering. :P In related news, I can’t wait to see how Google Fiber is. Janny Lee August 12, 2013 Reply Janny Lee liked this on Facebook. Talk to me, Goose. Cancel reply This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed. Related Posts Ok, comments fixed. Thanks Will! Security Hole in PDF Reader Could Expose Local Files WordPress Users on Dreamhost: Upgrade PHP Merry Christmas with my new wallpaper!