It’s time to celebrate—Boingo style! We’ve been awarded our eighth Global Traveler award for “Best WiFi Service” and to celebrate we’re kicking off 8 Days of Giveaways to give our awesome fans the chance to win a VIP travel tech kit. This kit is loaded with all the tech essentials you need on the go—like earbuds, a phone charger, flash drive and of course free Boingo Wi-Fi for a year with access to more than a million hotspots around the globe. Join in on the celebration! To enter our 8 Days of Giveaways, head to Twitter and simply tweet @boingo what YOU are celebrating this year using the hashtag #BoingoCelebr8. Whether it’s a milestone birthday, a big client win, running your first marathon or something else, we want to hear your reason for raising a glass. Boingo’s 8 Days of Giveaways will run December 8-15, 2017. One winner will be announced each day.
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Whether you know it or not, it’s extremely important to secure your data when using public Wi-Fi hotspots. It’s so important that we’ve included our FREE Boingo VPN in the latest Boingo Wi-Finder update for Mac and PC laptops. If you’re an iOS Boingo user, then you may have tried the Boingo VPN on your iPhone, iPod Touch, or iPad. Continue reading
Are you familiar with how much mobile data you use on a monthly basis? If not, then you’re not alone. Nearly 50% of people have no idea how much data they use each month on their smartphone. That’s why we found this infographic from Xigo particularly helpful in understanding how our typical online activities impact our monthly data limit (they’re a lot more bandwidth intensive than we imagined). Continue reading
Our newest update to the iOS Wi-Finder app includes a cellular data usage tracker that helps you figure out how much data you use over both cellular and Wi-Fi during a month, and calculates what your savings is for using Wi-Fi instead of cellular based on information you enter about your monthly cellular data allotment and cost of going over that allotment. Continue reading
If your cellphone provider is putting you on a data diet, what good is an inordinate amount of storage in the cloud? How useful are services like Spotify, Pandora, Hulu or Netflix on your phone if Verizon or AT&T make it ridiculously expensive to use on a regular basis or severely restrict your throughput once your “unlimited” account hits a data threshold? What are your data management strategies for using the cloud services you want to use without penalty? Continue reading