U.S. turned into homeless hotspots Wi-Fi

Marketing Company BBH Labs has involved homeless people from the U.S. city of Austin, Texas, as "distributors" of mobile Internet, reports Huffington Post. To participate in the project organizers attracted 13 local homeless people. People were dressed in T-shirts with the inscription "I hotspot" and gave them to 4G-routers.

For a small donation (payment via PayPal) people near the "hotspot" can connect to the router, which is a homeless man, and get online via Wi-Fi from your mobile device. Organizers of the project is called "charity". All donations that are made​​, users will be homeless, acting as hotspots.

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