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Posted at 01:01 PM ET, 04/18/2011

Free WiFi at Dulles and Reagan airports

Travelers at Dulles and Reagan National airports now have access to free wireless Internet service.

The Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority says it has a new agreement with wireless provides to offer free services. Users previously were charged an access fee if they did not have an account with a major carrier. Officials said paid access has been available since 2007.

The networks are named Reagan National Complimentary WiFi and Dulles Airport Complimentary WiFi. Users will be directed to a page, which may contain ads at some point, where they accept terms of service, before they can continue.

Users can reach customer support for the free WiFi by calling 1-866-849-2850.

By Washington Post Editors  |  01:01 PM ET, 04/18/2011

Categories:  Airports

 
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