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New York Subway Stations to Get Wireless Internet Service

May 03, 2012

New York’s subway stations will receive wireless Internet service as part of a multiyear rollout plan that will eventually allow smartphone, tablet and computer users to access the Web while waiting for the train.

The Wi-Fi service, provided by Boingo Wireless Inc. (WIFI:US), will be available throughout Manhattan, Brooklyn, Bronx and Queens, Boingo said today in a statement. The service will be available to Boingo subscribers and customers of its partners, which inlcude Verizon Wireless and Sprint Nextel Corp. (S:US)

To contact the editor responsible for this story: Ville Heiskanen at vheiskanen@bloomberg.net


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