NextGenTel, OLTD deploy internet access platform in airports

Monday 5 December 2011 | 10:36 CET | News
Oslo Lufthavn Tele & Data (OLTD), a company owned by Oslo Lufthavn (OSL) and Telenor Norway, and NextGenTel are behind the new service that OSL and Avinor launched on 1 December at the Oslo Gardermoen airport and 45 Avinor airports across the country. The service gives travellers inside these airports the opportunity to surf the internet at no extra cost by entering their mobile number in the login portal that appears when users open their browser. The users receive in return a login code sent via SMS. This service replaces paper-based vouchers that the travellers have so far been able to

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Categories: Internet / Mobile & Wireless
Companies: NextGenTel / Telenor / Telia
Countries: Norway
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