Sunday - Sep 24, 2017

Houston Airports handed a complimentary Wi-Fi Service


Houston Airports handed a complimentary Wi-Fi Service

The Houston Airport System who handles the management of both of the city’s major airports, George Bush Intercontinental Airport and William P. Hobby Airport has announced that complimentary WI-Fi access is now being made available at both airports.

With this move the Houston Airport System has taken a major step forward in enhancing the overall customer experience for passengers passing through at George Bush Intercontinental Airport (IAH) and William P. Hobby Airport (HOU), with complimentary WI-Fi now readily accessible in all of the terminal areas at Hobby Airport, as well as terminals A and D in Bush Intercontinental Airport.

Plans are in place to launch Wi-Fi at all of the terminals at IAH with the considerable project scheduled for completion by the end of 2014.

According to Houston Aviation Director Mario C. Diaz, not only do the those passing through the airport can now gain access to the complimentary Wi-Fi service, but they can also enjoy the benefits of a major quality upgrade when compared to the previous fee-based system. “This new system improves speed and reliability, and it also introduces our customers to one of the most robust WI-Fi networks found in any U.S. airport.” Summed up Mr. Diaz.

The new complementary network and both airports will provide both faster speeds as well as considerably easier connections to the web, averaging up to six megabits per second (Mbps), enough bandwidth to handle even the largest of streaming videos.

To make life even more comfortable for passengers, hundreds of access points were strategically chosen and installed in order to ensure total coverage and reliable service.

The Houston Airport System has undertaken to cover the entire cost of installing the Wi-Fi network as well as continuing to maintain its infrastructure. Another major plus to HAS covering the costs of the Wi-Fi connection is that commuters will no longer be exposed to any unwelcome advertising when online.

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