It's easy to dream of a free Wi-Fi connection when roaming the magazine stands, fast food stalls and duty free stores at LAX. Well, LAX is now prepared to grant us our wish.
Los Angeles International Airport is officially offering free Wi-Fi service as part of a greater city-wide initiative, lead by Mayor Villaraigosa, to provide free or low-cost Wi-Fi throughout the city.
"Given passenger expectations and trends at major airports and other public facilities, our agreement with Advanced Wireless Group will allow us to meet the demands of today’s travelers for free Wi-Fi service at LAX and to continue our commitment to excellent customer service," said LAWA Executive Director Gina Marie Lindsey in a press release.
Current Wi-Fi fees start at $6 and under the new Wi-Fi blanket, costs will be free for sessions under 45 minutes long, reports the Los Angeles Times.
A free internet connection will undoubtedly add some ease to the travel experience in Los Angeles, after all LAX was named Most Social Airport by Facebook. Here's hoping they will exponentially increase the number of charging stations as well!
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