Boingo Expands European Network

By Jesse Sokolow on 29 April 2013
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Train station, Paris La Deéfense

Train station, Paris La Deéfense

Boingo Wireless announced an agreement with Gowex to expand its network access.  Boingo customers will cow have access to 1,400 additional Gowex  hotspots in over 50 cities in Spain, France, Ireland, and Belgium.

Major cities that Boingo customers can now access Gowex hotspots include Barcelona, Sevilla, Paris, Marseille, and Dublin.  In Barcelona, users will have access to the Wi-Fi on public transportations routes, including over 40 buses, while in Paris, it will be available in over 50 metro and railway stations.

Boingo’s wholesale platform service partners will also have access to Gowex’ networks.  Its partners include KT, LGU +, NTT Docomo, Skype, and Verizon.

Boingo offers various access plans, including Boingo Europe Plus, which provides unlimited access for two devices at over 200,000 hotspots over Europe, Africa and the Middle East.  The company also offers daily and hourly plans at 20 European airports.

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