Motorola bundles Boingo Mobile in WiFi-enabled smartphone

Motorola has released a WiFi-enabled handset, the MOTO Q 11 smartphone, that bundles Boingo's connection software and service. Boingo Mobile identifies WiFi hot spots that are part of the Boingo WiFi network and automatically connects users with a Boingo Mobile account. Motorola is the first handset manufacturer to bundle Boingo Mobile on a WiFi-enabled device. Boingo has been making Boingo Mobile compatible with a number of operating systems, including Windows Mobile, Symbian 60, Maemo Linux and UIQ, but end users have to download and install the software.

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