Boingo expands internationally with two airports in Rome.
Provider of software and services worldwide Boingo Wireless (NASDAQ:WIFI) on Thursday announced that it is continuing its international expansion efforts.
As part of its expansion efforts Boingo has made new agreements with Aeroporti di Roma to provide managed Wi-Fi services in Rome's da Vinci Fiumicino and G.B Pastine Ciampino airports.
Under the terms of the agreement Boingo will be the exclusive Wi-Fi provider for the Ciampino airport and a premium Wi-Fi provider for the Fiumicino airport.
The Rome airports agreement follows Boingo's existing networks in Milan, which launched earlier this year, and represent an expansion of it's portfolio of managed airport Wi-Fi locations in Italy.
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|Date:||Dec 16, 2011|
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