T-Mobile Embarks On Wi-Fi For Airports

A number of companies have tried and failed to set up airports with wifi access points. Now T-Mobile is going to try to wire airports once again. The good thing about T-Mobile buying out MobileStar is that T-Mobile has the capital to take on these larger projects that were too difficult (that is, expensive) for the smaller players to take on. However, the airport deal seems somewhat limited. For now, they’re only going to wire the lounges for American, Delta, and United airlines (admittedly, three of the biggest players). I had thought that most American lounges were already wifi enabled, as the rumor was that anyone who wanted wifi access in an airport should just sit on the floor not far from the American Admiral’s Club door…

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