Get free WiFi at airports

Tuesday, November 10, 2009
By Julie Wiegan


Google just made holiday traveling a little easier. Starting today through January 15, 2010, travelers can access free WiFi on their laptop and mobile devices in 47 U.S. airports. Passengers who submit pictures of themselves using WiFi at participating airports or on Virgin America flights starting November 16 will be eligible to win cool prizes.


WiFi users can also give back by donating to one or all three non-profits when logging on, which includes Climate Savers Computing, One Economy Corporation, and Engineers Without Borders. Google will match donations up to $250,000 across the three non-profits and the airport that gets the highest dollar amount contributed per passenger by January 1, 2010 will receive $15,000 to donate to the local charity of their choice. Visit to learn more.

Participating airports:
* Austin (AUS)
* Baltimore (BWI)
* Billings (BIL)
* Boston (BOS)
* Bozeman (BZN)
* Buffalo (BUF)
* Burbank (BUR)
* Central Wisconsin (CWA)
* Charlotte (CLT)
* Des Moines (DSM)
* El Paso (ELP)
* Fort Lauderdale (FLL)
* Fort Myers/SW (RSW)

* Greensboro (GSO)
* Houston (HOU)
* Houston Bush (IAH)
* Indianapolis (IND)
* Jacksonville (JIA)
* Kalamazoo (AZO)
* Las Vegas (LAS)
* Louisville (SDF)
* Madison (MSN)
* Memphis (MEM)
* Miami (MIA)
* Milwaukee (MKE)
* Monterey (MRY)
* Nashville (BNA)
* Newport News (PHF)
* Norfolk (ORF)
* Oklahoma City (OKC)
* Omaha (OMA)
* Orlando (MCO)
* Panama City (PFN)
* Pittsburgh (PIT)
* Portland (PWM)
* Sacramento (SMF)
* San Antonio (SAT)
* San Diego (SAN)
* San Jose (SJC)
* Seattle (SEA)
* South Bend (SBN)
* Spokane (GEG)
* St. Louis (STL)
* State College (SCE)
* Toledo (TOL)
* Traverse City (TVC)
* West Palm Beach (PBI)

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