Sprint offers free Wi-Fi to customers across the nationDate: May 1, 2015 | Category:
According to Boingo Wireless Inc, the company has partnered with Sprint Nextel to offer Wi-Fi hotspots in 35 U.S. airports.
Sprint Nextel is offering its customers easy and free access to the Internet that will automatically connect and not require any sort of log-in. In terms of security, Sprint assures users that their information will be safe. They will even be able to access corporate virtual private networks without worries that the network is unsecured.
Airports included in this network, which launched on April 30, 2015, are: Chicago O'Hare International Airport, Dallas Love Field, Minneapolis St. Paul International Airport, Boston Logan Airport and Los Angeles International Airport.
If you are a Sprint Nextel customer traveling through one of these hubs, you will be able to access the Wi-Fi so long as you have the control enabled in your cell phone or other device settings. This includes laptops, tablets and smartphones.
Before the Sprint-Boingo deal, those looking to do work or watch movies over the Internet while at the airport had to pay a fee and use a particular login. The network expansion will allow millions of airport-goers to surf the Net with ease, without paying so much as a penny.