Thunder Bay airport gets wi-fi

Thunder Bay's airport is the third busiest in the province – right after
Toronto and Ottawa. I knew that because I spent two years as a reporter for
the paper there. Met my wife
there, too. That means we're back to Thunder Bay from time to time to visit
family. Nice to know, then, that the Thunder Bay International Airport
just signed a deal to have a Wi-Fi network installed that travellers can
access from inside the main passenger terminal.
The company installing the network is Opti-Fi
Networks LLC
of Annapolis, Md. Opti-Fi says this is fourth Canadian
airport they're about to wire up (albeit with slightly slower 802.11b)
The company says fees for the service are expected to be $2.95 for 15
minutes ($.25/min each additional), $3.95 per hour, or $9.95 per day.

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