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Wireless broadband services are to be rolled out across KFC's chain of UK restaurants, it has been announced.

The firm has signed up with The Cloud, which will create in-store customer Wi-Fi networks.

This will allow diners to access the internet using their laptops, smartphones and tablets.

When they log on, customers will arrive at a KFC landing page featuring menus, special offers and more.

"We are operating in a highly competitive industry and are always looking for ways to improve our restaurants," said Nathan James, Senior Manager, Brand Experience, KFC UK.

"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."

Mr James said diners want to be able to browse, access social networks, search for retail outlets around them to plan their day, and access KFC-related information.

"The new Wi-Fi service offers exactly this and helps ensure we provide an enjoyable dining experience," he stated.

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