Sometimes it feels like Taco Bell has partnered with all the big brands under the sun. An ongoing partnership with Frito-Lay has blessed us with Dorito`s tacos. Fortunately, the channel convinced Hershey to leave Kit Kats in his new chocoladilla. Heck, the company even recently worked with Forever21 on a new clothing line. But despite all this, the fast food brand`s latest deal could actually have more impact on your Taco Bell experience than any other: the Mexican chain has reached an agreement with Comcast to provide host Wi-Fi on more than 6,200 sites in the United States. These conditions represent the entire agreement between you and Yum! Mark and govern your use of the Yum! The Brands website and the replacement of all prior or simultaneous communications and suggestions, whether electronic, oral or written, between you and Yum! Brands regarding the Yum! Brand website and services. You and Yum! Brands recognize and accept that no partnership is formed, and neither you nor Yum! Brands have the power or power to engage or engage the other. Wi-Fi is not new in Taco Bell. Already in 2011, thanks to an agreement with Indoor Direct, the chain promised free internet in all the brand`s restaurants at the time. But six years are forever in the age of the Internet, and apparently Bell is hoping that Comcast can make a serious upgrade on the company`s wireless system.

Although Comcast is considering reviewing all of Taco Bells` digital communications services, Both for customers and behind the scenes, as these are people who fall into the trap of one of these new burritos that essentially have pop-rocks in them, Comcast Business says the plan is to introduce new networks in every restaurant capable of downloading at least 20 Mbps and upload speeds of 3 Mbps. This agreement is a binding agreement between you and Yum! Marks and is accepted by you when using the site. This agreement represents the whole agreement between you and Yum! Brands regarding the use of the website and the features it has created. According to the National Center for Education Statistics, 14% of American children between the ages of 3 and 18 do not have access to the Internet at home, or more than nine million children. A. Yum! Trademarks allow you to use the Site in accordance with these Terms of Use, provided that (i) your use of the Site, as permitted, is exclusively for your personal and non-commercial use; (ii) You will not copy or distribute part of the site in any media without Yum! Prior written authorization of fires; (iii) they will not modify or modify part of the site unless reasonably necessary to use the site for intended use; and (iv) You will comply with the terms and conditions of these Terms of Use. You may not publish content containing commercial requests of any kind, including promoting a product or service, offering a product or service for sale, or directing visitors from the website to a site for more information about a product or service.