Anyone with Sky's unlimited broadband can download the Sky Cloud Wi-Fi App.
Broadband provider Sky has announced that its customers now get free wireless internet while out and about in public with their laptop, smartphone or tablet.
All Sky customers on Unlimited Broadband, Sky Fibre Unlimited or Sky Connect can now download the free Sky Cloud Wi-Fi App - available on Android devices, iPads and iPhones - giving them free and unlimited access to all of The Cloud's public hotspots.
It is estimated that over 50% of British adults now own a smartphone, and research from The Cloud reveals that 57% of people in London use Wi-Fi in public spaces around the capital.
Sky's director of communications products, Lyssa McGowan, said: "Sky is dedicated to ensuring customers can gain easy and unlimited access to broadband services where and when they need them. We're delighted to be able to bring The Cloud Wi-Fi hotspots to our customers."
Once downloaded and registered, the Sky Cloud Wi-Fi app will allow users to connect their device automatically without having to re-enter details each time.
Wireless network operator The Cloud has thousands of hotspots in locations across the UK, including hundreds of restaurants and coffee shops - such as Caffe Nero, Pizza Express and Pret A Manger - as well as popular retail spaces like Westfield centres and Ted Baker stores.
The latest high-profile venue to be added is the capital's iconic London Eye, which attracts over 3.5 million visitors a year. Now as you're waiting to enter a capsule, you can check your emails and surf the web on a Wi-Fi enabled device.