Saturday, September 15, 2012

NEWS | Google Play sponsors 4,000 Boingo Wireless hotspots


Google Play sponsors 4,000 Boingo Wireless hotspotsBoingo Wireless has confirmed millions of people will have access to free wi-fi at more than 4,000 hotspots thanks to Google Play.

The Wi-Fi hotspots are part of Boingo’s Cloud Nine Media platform, a global advertising network that enables brand advertisers to reach a captive audience through wi-fi sponsorships.
Starting this week, wi-fi users with Android phones and tablets, as well as Windows and Macintosh laptops, will be offered complimentary wi-fi at thousands of high-traffic locations in dozens of cities nationwide, courtesy of cloud-based digital entertainment destination, Google Play.
Sponsored wi-fi locations include 15 airports, such as New York’s John F. Kennedy, Chicago O’Hare and Seattle-Tacoma, Boingo-enabled Manhattan subway stations, and thousands of hotels, shopping malls, caf├ęs and recreational areas.
Consumers taking advantage of the free Boingo Wi-Fi sponsored by Google Play can get free content, check out the latest releases and stay entertained with instant access to their favorite music, movies, books, apps and more.
“Google Play is the first to take part in our newly expanded Wi-Fi sponsorship network, which reaches millions of consumers each month with place-based brand engagements,” said Dawn Callahan, vice president of consumer marketing for Boingo Wireless.
“Sponsorships like this give users the free Wi-Fi they crave, advertisers the consumer interaction they need, and venues the revenue to offset the costs associated with providing a high-bandwidth wi-fi experience.”


SOURCE:"http://www.breakingtravelnews.com/news/article/google-play-sponsors-4000-boingo-wireless-hotspots/
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