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AT&T Teams Up With Boingo To Bring Customers Expanded Wi-Fi
2013-04-10 11:58:26

redOrbit Staff & Wire Reports - Your Universe Online AT&T and Boingo have partnered to offer AT&T´s mobile subscribers free access to Boingo´s international hotspots while offering Boingo subscribers free access to AT&T´s US hotspots. The deal applies to AT&T mobile customers with 300 MB or 800 MB international data plans, who beginning today will receive 1 GB of free access over Boingo´s global wireless network in airports and other public venues...

2010-06-23 07:00:00

GERMANTOWN, Md., June 23 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Hughes Network Systems, LLC (HUGHES), a worldwide leader in managed network solutions, today announced the availability of its new portfolio of Hughes Wi-Fi Solutions. Built on the capabilities of the Wi-Fi scanning solution announced earlier this year, Hughes Wi-Fi Solutions enable retailers to provide customers with convenient high-speed Wi-Fi Internet access using their smartphones or laptops, while ensuring security of personal...

2009-11-10 15:20:00

Google said Tuesday that it is working with Boingo Wireless, Advanced Wireless Group, and Airport Marketing Income to provide free Internet hot spots at 47 U.S. airports through January 15 of next year. The airports, which collectively handle about 35 percent of U.S. air travelers, include Boston, Houston, San Diego, Miami, Seattle and others, the Internet search giant said.   Some airports, such as McCarran International in Las Vegas, already provide free Wi-Fi, but Google's...

2008-10-28 12:00:23

Boingo Wireless, the global market leader in Wi-Fi, announces the addition of Tata Communications hotspots to the Boingo Roaming Network, giving Boingo members access to over 500 new hotspots under the Tata Indicom brand. With the addition of the Tata Communications network, Boingo members will be able to enjoy high speed Wi-Fi connections in restaurants, cafes, coffee shops and airports while traveling through India. With the new locations from Tata Communications, Boingo's aggregated...

2008-08-27 12:00:47

Boingo Wireless, the global market leader in Wi-Fi, announces the addition of NomadISP to the Boingo Roaming Network, giving Boingo members access to close to 300 new hotspots located at RV parks, campgrounds and parks throughout the United States and Canada. With the addition of the NomadISP network, Boingo members will be able to enjoy broadband connections as they take their vacations this summer, and whenever they are traveling across North America and staying at a campground or RV park -...

2008-07-21 12:00:40

Boingo Wireless and free-hotspot.com are pleased to announce that Boingo customers will now be able to roam at all of free-hotspot.com's Wi-Fi locations. With access to uninterrupted sessions and an assured quality of service, Boingo users will not be required to view advertisements to connect to free-hotspot.com's network of more than 3,500 locations in 18 countries throughout Europe. free-hotspot.com quadrupled its network size in 2007 and expects to have 5,000 hotspots by the end of...

2008-06-27 15:02:21

Alltel Wireless in partnership with Boingo Wireless, a provider of Wi-Fi solutions, has expanded its network to more than 25,000 hotspots in the US. According to the company, Alltel Wi-Fi is available for purchase by anyone in the US as a stand alone offer. Consumers can access unlimited Wi-Fi access for $19.99 per month or $3.99 per day with no contract commitment. Recently, Alltel Wireless began offering an Internet Anywhere Bundle, allowing Alltel customers to bundle their wireless...

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