Articles tagged “boingo”

Boingo Adds Major U.S. Cell Carrier to Make Wi-Fi Faster at U.S. Airports

Boingo Adds Major U.S. Cell Carrier to Make Wi-Fi Faster at U.S. Airports

Dan Peltier, Skift

Airports with decent Wi-Fi are becoming more common than those without it. Boingo's new partnership with a major U.S. carrier will hopefully take airport Wi-Fi even further towards a seamless experience.

2 years ago

Boingo Reports $10 Million Loss But Exceeds Forecasts

Boingo Reports $10 Million Loss But Exceeds Forecasts

Associated Press

Will Boingo continue to be an integral service between consumers and public places, or will it get pushed aside as connectivity becomes less complex?

3 years ago

Boingo’s Losses Widen in 2015 But Still Beat Wall Street Expectations

Boingo’s Losses Widen in 2015 But Still Beat Wall Street Expectations

Associated Press

Boingo will continue to have challenges as it must re-educate airports and other places about how consumers want to access Wi-Fi now.

3 years ago

Boingo Brings Travelers Super Fast Wi-Fi at Seven U.S. Airports

Boingo Brings Travelers Super Fast Wi-Fi at Seven U.S. Airports

Dan Peltier, Skift

If airports want to welcome and comfort travelers, that phrase's definition implies more than charging outlets and iPads at gates or restaurants featuring local cuisines. Having a slow Wi-Fi connection isn't an extension of home for many travelers but it's encouraging to see faster speeds will soon become more common.

3 years ago

Boingo Matches Wall Street Expectations, Even as It Posts Loss

Boingo Matches Wall Street Expectations, Even as It Posts Loss

Associated Press

We'd love to see Boingo be able to convince airports and other public spaces how to actually implement better free Wi-Fi.

3 years ago

U.S. Airport Wi-Fi Upgrades Offer Hope Connection Speeds Won’t Always Be Miserable

U.S. Airport Wi-Fi Upgrades Offer Hope Connection Speeds Won’t Always Be Miserable

Dan Peltier, Skift

We don't expect Wi-Fi to be breezing at 35,000 feet but there's no shame in holding airports on the ground accountable for faster speeds at this point and it looks like they've listened to demand.

3 years ago

Boingo and Sprint Partner to Make Wi-Fi Seamless at 35 Major U.S. Airports

Boingo and Sprint Partner to Make Wi-Fi Seamless at 35 Major U.S. Airports

Marisa Garcia, Skift

Seamless access is helpful but it's the secure connection, where available, that offers the greatest advantage.

4 years ago

Boingo Wireless Signs Wi-Fi Contract for New World Trade Center

Boingo Wireless Signs Wi-Fi Contract for New World Trade Center

Dennis Schaal, Skift

Boingo Wireless has yet to detail the value of its new contract to power Wi-Fi services at the new World Trade Center complex, but the 20-year deal has to be a big and tall win.

4 years ago

Boingo Named Exclusive Wi-Fi Provider for Dubai Airports

Boingo Named Exclusive Wi-Fi Provider for Dubai Airports

Samantha Shankman, Skift

A tiered Wi-Fi service is the best option for catering to a range of travelers who are willing to pay different amounts for a corresponding level of service.

5 years ago

Norwegian Cruise Line teams up with Boingo to bring New Yorkers free Wi-Fi

Norwegian Cruise Line teams up with Boingo to bring New Yorkers free Wi-Fi

Samantha Shankman, Skift

The subway selection is so scant that the advertising promotion will be most effective at airports where travelers will likely encounter a large ad or video prior to accessing the Wi-Fi.

6 years ago

Boingo is giving Manhattan free Wi-Fi again, this time on Microsoft’s dime

Although New Yorkers will only have access to 200 hotspots, far less than the 4,000 available during Google’s campaign, they will be able to connect on any mobile device, not just Androids.

6 years ago

Google partners with Boingo for free Wi-Fi at 4,000 locations — as long as you don’t use Apple’s iOS

It's no coincidence that the Google Play-sponsored Wi-Fi will only be available on Android mobile devices, but will free Wi-Fi really be enough incentive to lure iPhone users over to Google?

6 years ago