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August 8, 2005

Continental Airlines and Logan Airport Feud Over Wi-Fi

According to this article on Wi-Fi Planet, Continental Airlines and Boston's Logan Airport are feuding over the free Wi-Fi connectivity Continental offers its frequent flyers.  This service apparently conflicts with Logan's own fee-based service.  The dispute raises issues of frequency conflict as well as commercial interest, and could have implications for the various municipal Wi-Fi networks being built throughout the world.

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