Looking for the best possible WiFi experience available for travelers? The answer is simple — Boingo Passpoint delivers a revolutionary WiFi experience that streamlines the connection process. From the moment travelers enter a location with a Passpoint-enabled network, they’re online. And it’s fast, secure and seamless.
With Passpoint, users connect exponentially faster than with traditional public WiFi, with the need to connect manually completely eliminated. Not only does Passpoint automatically connect users, but it also connects at the fastest speeds available at the location. As those on the go know, speed matters.
Don’t fret over the security of the connection, and use the Internet with peace of mind when using Passpoint. The hotspots feature powerful, enterprise-grade encryption technology for enhanced security, and no VPNs are needed for a safe, secure connection.
Boingo is pioneering the Passpoint revolution and deploying networks nationwide, working with Apple, Microsoft and Google to implement Passpoint on their handsets. The secure WiFi connections are available at nearly 100,000 Passpoint-enabled hotspots, including more than 20 U.S. airports serving nearly a half-billion passengers yearly. Boingo is the exclusive wireless provider with Passpoint-enabled networks in airports, and the number of worldwide hotspots is continually growing.
Boingo monthly subscribers with unlimited WiFi accounts can download the Passpoint profile and access the networks at no additional cost. Passpoint is compatible with all of the world’s most popular mobile devices, including the iPhone (5 or higher), iPad (3rd generation or higher), iPad Air and all models of the iPad mini, as well as other devices running Windows 10, iOS 7 (or higher) and OS X Mavericks (or higher).
Connect to the fastest WiFi available automatically and at lightning-fast speeds with Boingo Passpoint and change the way you WiFi on the go. Learn more at www.boingo.com/passpoint
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