Boingo to provide WiFi service on Washington State ferries

Boingo Wireless provides WiFi services all over the world and I have used them on the past in Spain and London. They have been busy adding more wireless networks and today announced that they will be providing the services for the Washington State ferry system. About 1/4 of the employees in my office ride a ferry to work in Seattle, it is the largest ferry fleet in the U.S., and so I am sure they will be happy to hear they can now standardize on Boingo and get access on the ferry and when traveling out of the State. There are 22 ferries and 11 terminals that Boingo will be working on when you travel on the waters of Puget Sound.

Boingo to provide WiFi service on Washington State ferries
Boingo Wireless provides WiFi services all over the world and I have used them on the past in Spain and London. They have been busy adding more wireless networks and today announced that they will be providing the services for the Washington State ferry system. About 1/4 of the employees in my office ride a ferry to work in Seattle, it is the largest ferry fleet in the U.S., and so I am sure they will be happy to hear they can now standardize on Boingo and get access on the ferry and when traveling out of the State. There are 22 ferries and 11 terminals that Boingo will be working on when you travel on the waters of Puget Sound.

A day pass is US$7.95, but the much better daily commuter value is the US$21.95 per month fee. Ferry riders currently pay US$29.95 per month so this new Boingo service will save them money and allow them to use any Boingo hotspot all over the U.S. If you have a compatible mobile device you can also subscribe to the Boingo Mobile service for just US$7.95 per month that is available worldwide. I used this Boingo Mobile service with a Nokia N810 to make Skype calls in Barcelona earlier this year.

If you look at their other press releases you will see that Boingo has been expanding their already very large network.