Parents Name Baby After Internet Provider for FREE WIFI

Parents Name Baby After Internet Provider for FREE WIFI

Photo: Twifi

Two parents have named their baby after an internet provider in exchange for 18-years’ free WiFi.

According to tabloid newspaper The Daily Mirror, Swiss internet provider Twifi advertised the offer on its website.

The firm said those who name their little ones Twifius or Twifia will surf the web free of charge until they become adults.

The unnamed parents said they will put the money they would otherwise have spent on WiFi into a savings account.

They plan to buy a car for their daughter when she turns 18 years old.

“The longer I thought about it, the more unique the name became for me, and that was when the thing got its charm,” the father said.

Photo: Daily Mirror

Although his wife admits to being hesitant at first, she said: “For me, the name Twifia also stands for connection in this context.

Various reports stated that Twifi boss Philippe Fotsch has pledged to pay for their internet even if his company goes bust as a “matter of honor.”

In California, two young girls use the WiFi connection of a fast food restaurant to do their homework.

A concerned resident has set up a GoFundMe campaign to help support the girls and the family.

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