Restaurants and bars that have Internet-connected jukeboxes can start adding Wi-Fi to offer hotspot service to patrons: After a test of the service with ten locations, venues found that customers stayed longer and spent more because of the hotspots. Pronto Networks will manage the network of hotspots.
It's not clear how many venues have these certain Internet-connected jukeboxes nor how many will decide to add the Wi-Fi component. In London, hotspots in pubs are common but that trend hasn't really picked up in the United States. I haven't found the need to pull out my laptop in a bar so I'll be curious to see what the demand and usage would be for hotspots in bars.