Being productive while spending time in airports is becoming easier for frequent air travelers with access to high-speed Wi-Fi networks. Sprint (NYSE:FON) (NYSE:PCS) , operator of the nation’s largest next generation wireless network, and Concourse Communications Group, LLC, a leader in the design, installation and operation of wireless voice and data networks, today announced the signing of a Wi-Fi roaming agreement. The agreement enables PCS Wi-Fi Access customers to use Concourse Wi-Fi networks at several major U.S. airports. Hot spots in passenger areas at LaGuardia and Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airports are now available, with Detroit Wayne County Metropolitan, JFK and Newark Liberty Airports expected to follow in early 2004.
My spin: Every mobile device you have should be WiFi enabled, if you need online access. Major airports, Kinkos, Starbucks, hotels and other locations are all getting wired.
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