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AT&T and Boingo Join Forces and Announce Global WiFi Roaming Agreement

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This morning, Boingo, the “WiFi industry’s leading services provider,” announced a global WiFi roaming agreement with AT&T. AT&T customers subscribed to the carrier’s 300MB or 800M Data Global Add-On packages traveling in most International airports can now gain access to Boingo’s hotspots and enjoy up to 1GB of free data. On the reverse side, Boingo customers can connect to AT&T’s public network of WiFi hotspots throughout the country. 

We’re committed to keeping our customers connected to the people, places and information that matter most, which is why we’re pleased that many of them can now seamlessly connect to Boingo’s global Wi-Fi during their travels abroad.

For starters, AT&T customers will only have access to Boingo hotspots in the airports, but rollout will continue throughout 2013.

Via: The Verge

  • tomn1ce

    I always bring back my sim card whenever I travel. All I have to do is turn on my gsm phone and I’m connected. I have vzw here in the US and I have a gsm phone for when I travel…but Its time to upgrade to a smartphone for when I travel……

  • Sam

    Wifi is past give me more 4G 🙂

  • Butters619

    Only customers with Global Add On? What about us US folks who just don’t want to pay $5 for wifi at the stupid airport.

    Oh yeah…..we can just tether and slow down your network.

  • Geoff Johnson

    No thanks AT&T, I’ll stick to free public WiFi.

    • Good_Ole_Pinocchio

      Where they do that at?

      • Geoff Johnson

        Depends where you are, but many places offer free WiFi, even outside the U.S.

    • Austin Warren

      Can I find that in a soup kitchen?

      • Geoff Johnson

        Depends why you’re there

    • sc4fpse

      Clearly you’ve never flown internationally. No such thing as free WiFi in many/most international airports.