When you go to one of the 30 busiest US airports you will find wireless internet access in about half of them. One would think that with the rapid rise of wireless access all over the US that EVERY airport would have wireless access but this is not the case.
All the larger airports do offer wireless access in their business lounges.
USA Today writes Mark Bolger, marketing chief for T-Mobile HotSpot, says providing wireless Internet access at airports can be more complicated than at, say, a coffeehouse or hotel.
“Airports are very large entities,” he says. “They’re governmental bodies. There are just a lot of steps involved with making decisions of this nature.” The company provides service for nine U.S. airports and for 110 VIP lounges operated by American, United, Delta and US Airways.
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