The rollout of T-Mobile HotSpot-enabled US Airways Club locations begins nationwide in airports such as Ronald Reagan Washington National and San Francisco this month, with US Airways Club locationsin Philadelphia, Boston, and New York?s LaGuardia airport to follow. This relationship creates more convenient locations for reliable Internet access for T-Mobile HotSpot customers, and gives USAirways customers another amenity to make traveling more productive.
“US Airways is pleased to offer this service enhancement, which makes our Clubs an even more efficient virtual office,” said B. Ben Baldanza, US Airways senior vice president of marketing andplanning. “T-Mobile was the natural choice to meet the needs of our customers.”
US Airways members can subscribe to T-Mobile USA’s HotSpots Unlimited National Annual plan for $29.99 a month, or select T-Mobile USA’s HotSpots Unlimited National Month-to-Month plan for $39.99 amonth. Or, customers can get T-Mobile USA’s HotSpot service at rates starting as low as $9.99 for a 24 hour DayPass. Existing T-Mobile USA customers can easily add the T-Mobile HotSpot service totheir monthly wireless voice and data bill for $19.99 a month for unlimited access
“The launch of T-Mobile HotSpot in US Airways Club locations is another big step in our promise to deliver a broad-scale network of Wi-Fi hot spots in places where businesspeople already go. With thebiggest commercial Wi-Fi network already, adding US Airways Clubs furthers our promise to customers that you get more with T-Mobile,” said Joe Sims, vice president and general manager of T-MobileHotSpot.
To subscribe to T-Mobile HotSpot service, US Airways Club members can visit t-mobile.com/hotspot or call 1-877-822-SPOT.
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