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iPhone more popular than BlackBerry for business users

An iPass poll finds that Apple's flagship phone has captured a 45-percent share of mobile enterprise workers, surpassing RIM's BlackBerry with a 32-percent share.

By November 16, 2011


Poll: Mobile workers sleep with phone, check overnight

New report from iPass finds that more than half of employees polled who sleep with their smartphones wake up at least sometimes during the night to check their messages.

By May 25, 2011


iPass to add in-flight Wi-Fi roaming

Mobile Internet aggregator iPass hooks up with Aircell to provide its monthly subscribers with in-flight broadband connectivity.

By May 14, 2008


Cometa opens networks to iPass customers

iPass customers can now use Cometa's hot-spot networks.

By March 16, 2004


T-Mobile, iPass sign Wi-Fi roaming deal

Hot-spot operator T-Mobile and service provider iPass agree to a deal that allows subscribers to access each other's networks.

By December 15, 2003


iPass builds roaming alliances in Europe

The U.S.-based Wi-Fi service provider expands its network of hot spots by inking new roaming deals with operators in Europe.

December 3, 2003


McDonald's targets iPass customers

The fast-food chain announces that it expects its hot-spot suppliers to support iPass' specification for business-class service.

By November 10, 2003


iPass, Yahoo BB Mobile expand roaming deal

More than 600 hot spots in Japan will be available to iPass customers.

By July 7, 2004


iPass, IBM connect on mobile access

The companies are teaming up to sell iPass' remote connectivity services to Big Blue's ThinkPad customers.

By May 27, 2004