Last week Boingo, which provides managed Wi-Fi services around the world, added Beijing Capital International Airport to its vast network of locations. Beijing Capital is the busiest airport in Asia and the second-busiest in the world. Travelers can access the Internet using one of Boingo’s Wi-Fi plans, including Boingo Asia Pacific, which provides unlimited access at locations throughout the Asia Pacific region for US$11.95 per month, or using hourly or day-pass options. Its network name in the airport is “Boingo_Hotspot.”
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