Honduran Airports Will Have Free Internet

Through a partnership between Digicel and Aeropuertos de Honduras, the four airports will have free internet service.

Thursday, January 13, 2011

The agreement also includes installation of recharging cell phone towers.

"Wi-Fi service will be available starting today in waiting rooms and food court areas in Toncontín airport in Tegucigalpa, Ramon Villeda Morales in San Pedro Sula and thereafter in Golosón of La Ceiba and Juan Manuel Galvez in Bay Islands", reports Elheraldo.hn.

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