Beijing Capital International Airport (PEK), the
second busiest airport in the world, is now offering passengers
Boingo’s managed Wi-Fi services through an agreement with
As a premium Wi-Fi provider at PEK, Boingo will
broadcast its Boingo_Hotspot SSID, creating a globally
recognizable service for the millions of
international travelers who pass through Beijing Airport.
managed Wi-Fi service includes sales, authentication, roaming
access and support.
“Our new partnership with PEK is a
testament to the reliable services we offer our customers
worldwide,” said Allen Pan, Boingo’s director of Asia Pacific.
“Demand for Wi-Fi is growing in Asia, and this enables us to
provide Wi-Fi access and roaming solutions to even more on-the-go
Boingo customers in the region.”
Beijing Capital International Airport
is the most highly trafficked airport in Asia. According to the
Airports Council International, more than 78 million passengers
traveled through PEK in 2011.
When there, travelers can access the internet using one of Boingo’s Wi-Fi plans including Boingo Asia
Pacific, providing unlimited access throughout the Asia Pacific
region for $11.95 per month, and Boingo Global, providing flat rate access anywhere in the world for $59 per
month. Hourly and day pass options are also be available.
The network is also available to Boingo’s roaming and platform
service partners, including Korea Telecom, LGU+, Orange France and
Skype, who wholesale Wi-Fi access from Boingo and provide
self-branded Wi-Fi to their customers as part of their existing services.
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