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Free Wi-Fi at Airports

DiscoveryNews has an interesting article on the growing trend of free Wi-Fi at airports for this 25th anniversary. It starts off with “
Last week, the Massachusetts Port Authority Board approved a plan to offer free Wi-Fi to passengers at Boston's Logan International Airport.” Many readers may recall several years ago when the airport fought the FCC on the right to control Wi-Fi at Logan and have only a monopoly provider - they lost!

The article then asks, “So why are some big airports switching to the free Wi-Fi model, while others continue to charge a fee?” It turns out the reason is COMPETITION. Airports can attract more travelers with free Wi-Fi.

Here’s a
site with info on Wi-Fi availability at airports.
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