Engadget post time: May 08, 2013 at 12:39AM
Notice some fresh spring in Boingo’s step? It’s probably the new iTunes integration, bringing streamlined subscription billing to the company’s Wi-Finder app. Free WiFi is always our first pick, followed by LTE, then 3G, EDGE, GPRS, a short-term WiFi pass, and then, far down at the bottom of the list, a monthly subscription from Boingo. But hey, someone must be keeping the lights on — there are now a whopping 600,000 compatible hotspots worldwide. And if you’re one of those aforementioned subscribers, there’s a convenient new option for handing over your cash. Beginning today, iOS users can have the $7.99 monthly tariff billed directly to their iTunes accounts, joining up with a single tap. The new offering will presumably cover multiple mobile devices, but it’s unlikely to get your laptop online — you’ll need to splurge for a much costlier plan for that. iPhone, iPad and iPod touch users can download the updated app today.
Source: Boingo (iTunes)
Reference source: Engadget