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Boingo Named Exclusive Wi-Fi Provider for Dubai Airports

@jclampet

Feb 21, 2014 2:00 pm

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Al Maktoum International Airport

Al Maktoum International Airport interior, by the gates. Al Maktoum International Airport


Dubai Airports announced earlier this week that Boingo Wireless will become the exclusive Wi-Fi provider for Dubai International and Al Maktoum International airports.

A basic service will be available for free to the more than 66 million passengers that pass through the airports annually.

A second paid service will be available for travelers looking to stream video or upload large files.

Boingo currently provides Wi-Fi to more than 75 airports worldwide including Beijing Capital International, Tokyo International, and O’Hare International.

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