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Finally! Atlanta Airport Flips the Switch on Free WiFi

June 5, 2014 at 8:49 AM | by | ()

The first thing we thought of was finally, and we hope that you’re thinking the same. It’s been a long time coming, but just the other day the gods of complimentary connectivity paid a visit to the terminals and concourses at Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport.

Free WiFi is now a thing for one and all at the world’s busiest airport, and that means you can quickly and easily complain about your Delta delays without wasting your monthly data allotment.

Not only have the WiFi waves been switched to free, but apparently there’s been quite an infrastructure upgrade as well. In the past the system could only handle around 2,000 users at once, but now it seems that 15,000 users shouldn’t be a problem.

To us that still seems like a limited amount of users at any given moment, but we’ll complain a lot less when things are free. Be sure to let us know when you’re able to access things for free, and how it's working for you.

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Archived Comments:

No go

I was there last night it did not work and according to several employees, never has. At least now you do not pay and get no wifi. Still it is millions wasted. Way to go Atlanta