N.Y. travelers eager for free airport Wi-Fi

08/19/2013 | New York Post

Although Wi-Fi is free at many airports across the U.S., New York-area airports still charge for the service. Passengers at Kennedy, La Guardia and Newark are required to pay daily or monthly fees to access Wi-Fi through Boingo. "I think airports should definitely have free Wi-Fi," said passenger Daniel Brower. "It would make traveling a lot more enjoyable."

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