Boingo Wi-Fi free for iPhone at 13 airports in August

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Boingo Wireless on Wednesday announced that its wireless Internet access service will be free for the month of August to iPhone users who access it through 13 major airports around North America.

The offer is free for all iPhone owners who access the Boingo Wi-Fi networks using their phones at one of the 13 airports listed:

  • AZO – Kalamazoo/Battle Creek International Airport
  • BNA – Nashville International Airport,
  • BWI – Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport,
  • DTW – Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport,
  • EWR – Newark Liberty International Airport,
  • JFK – John F. Kennedy International Airport,
  • LGA – LaGuardia Airport,
  • MDW – Midway International Airport,
  • MSP – Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport,
  • OKC – Will Rogers World Airport,
  • ORD – O’Hare International Airport,
  • STL – Lambert-St. Louis International Airport, and
  • YYZ – Toronto Pearson International Airport.
  • Users interested in trying out the service are supposed to connect to the “Concourse” SSID with their iPhone at one of the identified airports; launch Safari on the iPhone and connect to the Boingo Web page; enter your e-mail address on the special promotional page and then click on the Go button.

    Boingo offers Internet access at more than 100,000 hot spots around the globe, at prices ranging from $21.95 for an Unlimited account in North America or $39 for a Global account with international access.

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