Tuesday, January 29, 2008
FreeFi Deploys At Denver International Airport
Los Angeles-based FreeFi Networks, a new company providing advertiser supported Internet access at airports, said Monday that it has deployed its systems at the Denver International Airport (DIA). According to FreeFi, it will offer free, ad-supported Wi-Fi Internet access to passengers at the airport, in a partnership with DIA. Previously, the airport charged $7.95 for Internet access. According to Free-Fi, the new service is being funded by advertisements and banner ads which show while surfing the web, with initial sponsors that include Microsoft, Nokia, Charles Schwab, Choice Hotels, Toshiba and Ford Motor Company.