Free Wi-Fi service is now available throughout all public spaces at San Francisco International (SFO), two weeks ahead of schedule.
“SFO is a critical engine for economic growth and jobs in our region today and for the future,” said Mayor Gavin Newsom in announcing the free service. “The San Francisco Bay Area is the world’s high-tech center, and now anyone traveling through SFO can access their e-mail, shop and conduct business on the airport’s Wi-Fi service free of charge.”
Previously, wireless Internet service had been provided via a fee-based service. When the contract with the vendor expired earlier this year, airport officials decided to switch to free Wi-Fi service.
“The airline and airport industry is a dynamic business and to remain successful we must continue to adapt to an ever-changing environment,” says Airport Director John L. Martin. “For the past few years, our internal surveys have shown that our customers wanted free Wi-Fi and we’re now offering that because SFO is committed to providing first-class customer service to everyone who passes through our gates.”
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