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Wi-Fi usage at Boston's Logan Airport jumps 412% after going free
That represents more than half of the more than 2.2 million sessions since Wi-Fi was first available at the airport in June 2004.
The free system was unveiled in January 2010 and is supported by advertising that users must view before accessing the Internet.
Having benefitted from Logan's free Wi-Fi on numerous occassions, we can only hope that this is a movement other airports consider.
The arguement from a traveler's perspective is simple - free Wi-Fi is available almost everywhere else ... so why should we pay for it at airports? Anything that makes our air travel experience more pleasurable is something we'll continue to champion.
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