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Hot on the heels of AT&T’s purchase of the Wayport WiFi network, Boingo Wireless makes an acquisition of their own. Today the largest operator of airport WiFi networks in North America adds 25 more locations, bringing their total up to 55 airports, with the purchase of […]

BoingologoHot on the heels of AT&T’s purchase of the Wayport WiFi network, Boingo Wireless makes an acquisition of their own. Today the largest operator of airport WiFi networks in North America adds 25 more locations, bringing their total up to 55 airports, with the purchase of Opti-Fi Networks. Boingo customers with a Boingo Unlimited subscription gain WiFi access in the new locations, while anyone can purchase a Boingo AsYouGo day pass for $7.95.

The full list of new airport Wi-Fi networks owned and operated by Boingo are: Billings International Airport (BIL); Buffalo Niagara International Airport (BUF); Gallatin Field Airport (BZN); Des Moines International Airport (DSM); El Paso International Airport (ELP); Bishop International Airport (FNT); Piedmont Triad International Airport (GSO); Jackson Hole Airport (JAC); Juneau International Airport (JNU); Mobile Regional Airport (MOB); Monterey Peninsula Airport (MRY); Newport News/Williamsburg International Airport (PHF); Portland International Jetport (PWM); South Bend Regional Airport (SBN); Toledo Express Airport (TOL); Cherry Capital Airport (TVC); University Park Airport (UNV); Edmonton International Airport (YEG); Hamilton International Airport (YHM); Windsor Airport (YQG); Comox Valley Airport (YQQ); Regina International Airport (YQR); Thunder Bay International Airport (YQT); Montréal-Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport (YUL); Abbotsford Airport (YXX) and Victoria International Airport (YYJ).

I’ve got some upcoming travel for the holidays and CES planned but won’t be going through any of these airports… unless we get re-routed like a bad data packet, that is. I’ll leave it up to readers in the airports mentioned to give us some first impressions.

  1. Uhh, wow, that’s an impressive list of airports, none of which I have ever been to (or necessarily plan to). This really makes me want to sign up for Boingo ;)

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