Wednesday, June 23, 2004

Boston.com / Business / Technology / WiFi set for landing

Boston.com / Business / Technology / WiFi set for landing: "After more than a month of testing, Logan officials are launching a new two-tier WiFi service that will give travelers free access to flight schedules, airport information, and news headlines at LoganWiFi.com.
Unlimited access to the Internet will cost $7.95 a day; no hourly rate is offered.
The $2 million-plus telecommunications network that's powering the new WiFi access in terminals B, C, and D -- the international terminal, E, began offering WiFi in February -- will also support secure private wireless access for airlines, officials at the Boston airport, and State Police. They can use the network for everything from gaining access to law-enforcement databases to processing baggage."
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