Redspot is targeting young people in Denmark with its wireless Internet offering (link in Danish): The service is aimed at areas that can't get DSL or other broadband access. There are a variety of tiers of service depending on what the user wants to use the connection for. The lowest level is just for chat and voice and the highest offers 2 Mbps and allows filesharing and VPN.
The service is available in Aarhus but not everywhere in town. Apparently Redspot says it needs 20 subscribers to cover a new area.
The Web site is all in Danish. Maybe someone can tell me if Redspot is a reference to a Shakespeare play, but actually I may be forgetting details—was Macbeth set in Denmark? I tried hard to come up with some sort of play on the "out, out damn spot" line, but I've failed.