For years JFK and La Guardia airports have suffered from lack of accessible free wifi. That’s about to change.
Starting this past Monday, October 29, New York airports finally got a much needed technological face lift. For two decades, both JFK and La Guardia were stuck in a less-than-user-friendly contract with the telecom operator, Boingo, limiting traveler access to reliable wifi (unless of course, you were willing to pay for it).
Things have now changed with said contract, and both airports will be offering travelers up to four hours of free, high speed connection. Keep traveling, New Yorkers!
This upgrade comes in conjunction with other new technological initiatives throughout the city such as the updated wifi kiosks you might see around town.
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