Boingo Unwires 225 Airports

Boingo Wireless adds seven airports to its WiFi hotspot network as a result of network expansion by roaming partners, bringing the total to 225

March 29, 2006

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SANTA MONICA, Calif. -- Boingo Wireless, the world’s leading Wi-Fi network aggregator, today announced that seven North American airports have been added to the Boingo Roaming Network as a result of network expansion by roaming partners. This increases Boingo’s Wi-Fi coverage to 125 North American airports and 225 airports worldwide.

”Airports are by far the highest utilized locations in our roaming system because the benefits are so strongly recognized by business travelers,” said Colby Goff, Boingo's senior vice president of network strategy and business development. “Our goal is ubiquitous airport coverage, and we continue to work with our valued roaming partners to add airports of all sizes to the network.”

New airport locations include recently installed airport-wide networks at Chicago’s O’Hare International Airport and Midway International Airport, and the Montreal-Trudeau International Airport. The Chicago deployments came through Boingo’s roaming relationship with Concourse Communications and the Montreal system via a similar agreement with Opti-Fi Networks.

Boingo also added service at Philadelphia International Airport, Raleigh-Durham, NC, International Airport and Indianapolis International Airport when they were recently added to the AT&T Wi-FiSM network, another Boingo roaming partner.

Combined, these airports host more than 190 million travelers a year, and this network expansion underscores Boingo’s commitment to becoming the de facto provider of Wi-Fi services for professionals traveling around the globe.

Boingo Wireless Inc.

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