South Korea Adds 75,000 Wi-Fi Hotspots

By Michael Acampora on 19 June 2012
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Seoul, South KoreaBoingo Wireless, a wireless internet company, has announced it has partnered with SK Telecom, the largest wireless company in South Korea, to bring more than 75,000 Wi-Fi hotspots to the country.

The new hotspots will be available in airports, hotels, convention centers, restaurants, and offices across the country.

Boingo Wireless’s roaming partners, such as Wi2, BT Openzone, and Orange France will also be able to extend their network access to their customers through the new hotspots.

Boingo currently offers various Wi-Fi access plans, ranging from unlimited access to hourly and daily passes.

(Pictured: Seoul, South Korea)

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