SAN FRANCISCO – August 29, 2013 – The San Francisco International Airport (SFO) announced the completion of a comprehensive upgrade to the Airport’s free Wi-Fi network. In response to customer feedback, passengers can now connect ad-free with one click by accepting the terms and conditions.
“We are proud to offer an improved free Wi-Fi experience at SFO,” said Airport Director John L. Martin. “This ad-free version demonstrates our commitment to provide the amenities our customers want.”
By selecting SFO’s network named “#SFO FREE WIFI” and then launching a browser, passengers will experience:
• Ad-free connectivity.
• Faster speeds compared to the previous network system.
• Longer connect sessions compared to the previous network system; up to two (2) hours.
• Seamless movement between terminals with improved coverage and no requirement to reconnect.
• Improved support with in-house system administration and support number on the splash page.
SFO has offered free Wi-Fi since 2010. New wireless access points have been installed in all passenger terminals, as well as in the Rental Car Center. Further upgrades will be made to provide additional increases in network capacity and add more wireless access points throughout the Airport.
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