Wifinty broadband now live at RAF Cranwell - From World War I to the World Wide Web Friday 16 January 2015 PDF Print Wifnity Ltd., the largest supplier of recreational Internet to military locations in the United Kingdom and Germany, is now providing super-fast broadband services to the prestigious Royal Air Force College, Cranwell in Lincolnshire. The College was originally established as a naval aviation training centre during World War I, after the Royal Naval Air Service had broken away from the Royal Flying Corps. On 1 November 1919, the College was formed as the world’s first air academy. Today, almost a century later, hundreds of Cadets study and reside at RAF Cranwell. Having low-cost Internet access can allow them to keep in touch with friends and family back home, keep entertained with movies and gaming while in their room and gives them quick access to training and research material related to their course. Offering services to suit Cadets lifestyle and needs, Wifnity provides contract free daily, weekly and four week rolling subscriptions that can be customised by picking the number of devices and speeds suitable for individual needs. Wifinity’s PAY-G (pay-as-you-go) services allow subscribers to pay for Internet usage only when they need it, saying goodbye to long-term contracts and termination fees. Subscribers can also use the Wi-Fi when on the go at any of the Wifinity hot-spots, including Cranwell’s neighbouring site RAF Digby. For more information on Wifinity, contact: Wifinity’s Press Team on 020 8090 1290 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org This press release was distributed by ResponseSource Press Release Wire on behalf of Wifinity Ltd in the following categories: Consumer Technology, Business & Finance, Computing & Telecoms, for more information visit http://pressreleasewire.responsesource.com/about.