Free Airport Internet

Traveling, and like to use the internet while you are waiting? Check to see if Boingo offers service at the airport, and then look to see if that location is offering the American Express free 20 minute offer. I found it today and it was great to be able to check things quickly without having to pay.

On the page I saw, it was located down near the bottom of the Boingo log-in page. Be sure to check before you pay!

Note:  I’ve now tried this in a few airports.  It seems like it is a location by location type of deal.  Still good to check, but be aware that if you can’t find it, it is probably because it isn’t offered.

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Kate Horrell
Kate Horrell is a military financial coach, mom of four teens, and Navy spouse. She has a background in taxes and mortgage banking, and a trove of experience helping other military families with their money. Follow her on twitter @realKateHorrell.
  • Richard Wilson

    American airports would do well to emulate Singapore, where many amenities are available for free. For example, free movies, free video games, free internet and free baggage carts are all readily at hand 24/7, no matter where in the airport you are. And comfortable seating everywhere! Compare that to US airports where you have to shell out five bucks for a small baggage cart and you have to sit in those rigid, uncomfortable seats.

  • db025

    Richard, it’s the same in China. I’ve been in airports in Shanghai, Beijing, Xi’an, and a few others, and dozens of train stations. Their security plan takes groups of 10-12 thru a security swab for traces of explosives, if any is found that group – and only that group – is held for further inspection. No trace in your group, you go on thru the metal detector and carry-on x-rary, wand, hands on pat down, and on your way. I’ve NEVER spent half the time going thru a Chinese security check as I do EVERY time in the U.S.