Boingo's CEO explains how CCA's Wi-Fi offloading is different from what AT&T, Verizon offer

Boingo Dave HaganVerizon Wireless (NYSE:VZ) currently sells Wi-Fi access as an add-on to its FiOS and wireless services. Meantime, AT&T Mobility (NYSE:T) offers its customers access to AT&T's own Wi-Fi network, which it acquired through the purchase of Wayport. Now, the members of the Competitive Carriers Association can also offer Wi-Fi offloading through a newly inked deal between CCA and Wi-Fi aggregator Boingo Wireless. Boingo's President and CEO Dave Hagan recently sat down with FierceWireless Editor in Chief Sue Marek to discuss Boingo's offload strategy, the security of its network and how Wi-Fi offloading fits into the company's business model. Hot Seat

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