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AT&T Hot Spots Support iPhone Auto-authentication

AT&T Wi-Fi hotspots are a little easier for iPhone owners to access now that iPhone OS 3.0 is out thanks to the cell carrier's decision to support Wi-Fi auto-authentication. The new version of the iPhone operating system added the ability to remember network and login settings so that users don't have to manually re-connect every time they use the Internet from Wi-Fi hotspots.

iPhone owners previously had to enter their cell phone number in a special AT&T Hot Spot login Web page, wait for a text message, and then tap a special link in the message before they could access the hotspot and surf the Web. After installing iPhone OS 3.0, users will have to perform the login process once, and their access settings will be saved for future hotspot logins.

AT&T offers free Wi-Fi Hot Spot access to iPhone owners as part of their data plan package. The company's hotspots are available in a wide range of locations including Starbucks coffee shops.

iPhone OS 3.0 is a free upgrade for iPhone owners, or US$9.95 for iPod touch owners. For information on preparing for the update, check out TMO's iPhone OS 3.0 Upgrade Guide.

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