Boston airport, D.C. rail stations get Wi-Fi boost

Washington, D.C.'s transit system will end Verizon Wireless' exclusive agreement at its 20 busiest stations today in a move that will allow subscribers of rival carriers to use their networks without roaming. Wi-Fi changes are also coming to another center of mass transit, Boston's Logan International Airport, where AT&T said it had completed an upgrade to its service by adding 12 "unobtrusive" antennas throughout three terminals.

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