|Boingo Offers Unlimited UK Wi-Fi Plan|
Posted: 06-Apr-2010 [Source: Boingo]
[Boingo offers unlimited plan covering all its hotspots in UK for 14.95 Euro per month.]
London and Los Angeles -- Boingo Wireless, the world's leading network of WiFi hotspots, has launched a new all-you-can-eat Internet access plan for laptops that includes every Boingo hotspot in the United Kingdom, making everyday WiFi access affordable and widely available throughout the UK.
“Boingo UK” gives laptop users unlimited access to more than 5,240 hotspots for £14.95 per month. Usage outside the UK is billed at £0.09 or £0.13 per minute, and includes more than 120,000 additional hotspots across Europe, Asia Pacific and the Americas.
For the smartphone crowd, Boingo also offers unlimited access for WiFi enabled smartphones for £3.95 per month, which includes all 125,000+ hotspots. “Boingo Mobile” is available for the most popular smartphone platforms, including Android, Blackberry, iPhone/iPod Touch, Nokia Nseries and Eseries, SonyEricsson UIQ, and Windows Mobile devices.
“Internet access over Wi-Fi has become an integral part of all of our lives, and now it’s become affordable to add unlimited Wi-Fi access to your favorite laptop, netbook or smartphone if you live in the United Kingdom,” said Dave Hagan, president and CEO of Boingo Wireless. “People won’t have to worry what it will cost to connect around town, since it will all be included in the flat rate they signed up for.”
The new “Boingo UK” unlimited plan was launched in conjunction with Boingo’s exclusive rollout at six major airports in the United Kingdom. Effective in March, Boingo became the exclusive provider of WiFi Internet service at London’s Heathrow (LHR) and Stansted (STN) airports, as well as the Aberdeen (ABZ), Edinburgh (EDI), Glasgow (GLA), and Southampton (SOU) airports. The product will also be offered at London Gatwick Airport (LGW), where Boingo has also secured exclusive Wi-Fi rights (see separate release out today).
Boingo gives consumers the best choice of WiFi hotspots by combining more than 125,000 locations from 167 leading WiFi operators around the world into a single worldwide network spanning 103 countries.
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