Much like McDonalds restaurants in the UK, KFC have today announced their latest partnership with The Cloud to offer free Wi-Fi with all of its UK restaurants, rolling out over a lengthy period of time throughout the UK.

Once it is available however, customers will be able to log onto the service from their smartphones, tablets and laptops during meals.

Of course their will be some catches to this, an after logging in, customers will be forced to view a KFC landing page detailing  menus, special offers and more, this page can of course be exited if the user wishes too.

Nathan James, the senior manager of Brand Experience at KFC UK said the following about the introduction:

“We are operating in a highly competitive industry and are always looking for ways to improve our restaurants.”

“As more and more of our customers are using smart devices, we know internet connectivity is fast becoming a key part of the restaurant experience. Diners want to be able to browse, access social networks, search for retail outlets around them to plan their day, or access KFC-related information and special offers. The new Wi-Fi service offers exactly this and helps ensure we provide an enjoyable dining experience.”

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