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Boingo An­nounces Hotspot 2.0 at 21 US Air­ports —

Boingo Wire­less has launched Hotspot 2.0 net­works at 21 air­ports in the United States, pro­vid­ing seam­less ac­cess to a se­cure WiFi net­work for monthly sub­scribers and roam­ing part­ners.

The launch adds a new Pass­point-en­abled net­work – “Pass­point Se­cure” –pro­vid­ing in­stant ac­cess to users on iOS 7 de­vices with a Pass­point pro­file in­stalled. Pass­point-cer­ti­fied mo­bile de­vices – such as smart­phones and tablets – can au­to­mat­i­cally iden­tify and au­then­ti­cate to Pass­point-en­abled hotspots as­so­ci­ated with their WiFi provider with­out the need for lo­gin pages.

Boingo monthly sub­scribers will re­ceive an in­vi­ta­tion to down­load a Pass­point Se­cure pro­file that pro­vides au­to­matic lo­gin to se­cure Boingo net­works at no additional cost.

The 21 air­ports slated for the new wire­less ser­vice in­clude seven of the top 20 busiest air­ports in the United States and key air­ports in all re­gions of the coun­try. They are: Austin - Bergstrom In­ter­na­tional (AUS) Bal­ti­more - Wash­ing­ton In­ter­na­tional (BWI) Buf­falo Ni­a­gara In­ter­na­tional (BUF) Bur­bank - Bob Hope In­ter­na­tional (BUR) Chicago - Mid­way In­ter­na­tional (MDW) Chicago - O’Hare In­ter­na­tional (ORD) Detroit - Met­ro­pol­i­tan Wayne County (DTW) Los Angeles In­ter­na­tional (LAX) Louisville In­ter­na­tional Air­port (SDF) Mem­phis In­ter­na­tional (MEM) Milwaukee - Gen­eral Mitchell In­ter­na­tional (MKE) Minneapolis-St. Paul In­ter­na­tional (MSP) Nashville In­ter­na­tional (BNA) New York - John F. Kennedy In­ter­na­tional (JFK) New York - La Guardia In­ter­na­tional (LGA) New York - Ste­wart In­ter­na­tional (SWF) Ne­wark Lib­erty In­ter­na­tional (EWR) Oak­land In­ter­na­tional OAK) Ok­la­homa City - Will Rogers In­ter­na­tional (OKC) Omaha - Ep­p­ley Air­field (OMA) Prov­i­dence - T.F. Green Air­port (PVD)

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