31 Oct Mitchell International added to Boingo's Wi-Fi network
Milwaukee, Wis. – Wireless Fidelity or “Wi-Fi” service may not work too well outdoors, but within individual facilities it’s still a viable option for tech-savvy consumers, and in the case of Mitchell International Airport, tech-needy travelers.
Mitchell International is among seven airports nationwide that have been added to the Wi-Fi network of Boingo Wireless, the Los Angeles-based network that boasts of more than Wi-Fi 100,000 hot spots nationwide.
The company said it will provide wireless Internet service at Mitchell as part of its purchase of airport networks from Sprint Nextel.
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