You know it and I know it, but for those who don’t – wireless Internet access is exploding. Ensure your notebook computer and/or othe rmobile device is wi-fi enabled.
The Associated Press writes Sprint and AT&T Wireless Services have reached a wireless Internet roaming agreement for five U.S. airports.
The deal announced Monday will allow Sprint PCS customers to use AT&T Wireless’ wi-fi network at Denver International, Philadelphia International and Raleigh-Durham International airports. AT&T Wireless customers will be able to use Sprint’s wi-fi network at Kansas City International and Salt Lake City International airports.
Wi-fi, short for wireless fidelity, radiates a high-speed Internet connection that many computers can share for about 300 feet ó a single “hot spot.” (full story)
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