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Boingo Chosen As Wireless Provider For Dallas Airport

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Boingo has been chosen by the City of Dallas as the wireless provider for Dallas Love Field. The company will install, manage and operate neutral host Wi-Fi and DAS networks as part of the airport’s current modernization initiative.

The company will collaborate with Love Field to introduce free-to-consumer services. Dallas Love Field will gain access to Boingo’s custom content portal, which will offer travelers a selection of online content, movies, shopping, games and other online services that can be enjoyed with no Wi-Fi purchase necessary.

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