Comox Valley Airport offering free WiFi

The Comox Valley Airport is offering its passengers free Wireless Internet in partnership with BOLDstreet Wireless.

Guests in the terminal building now have access to up to two hours of free Internet service while they await the departure or arrival of YQQ flights.

“We have received significant feedback requesting free WiFi in the terminal building and we are pleased to respond to this important input from our passengers, said YQQ CEO Shirley de Silva. “The Internet is increasingly becoming a key part of travel, and we hope this new service will help to improve the overall passenger experience at YQQ.”

The new service is up and running seamlessly following two days of testing. BOLDstreet will provide 24/7 customer support for the new service.

“BOLDstreet is thrilled to work with YQQ to bring Canada’s premier Wi-Fi service to the Comox Valley Airport,” said Tom Camps, president of BOLDstreet Wireless. “This important service offering is a clear indication of YQQ’s commitment to customer satisfaction.”

BOLDstreet is the leading provider of public Wi-Fi solutions in Canada and has redefined the free Wi-Fi offering for airports and other venues. BOLDstreet solutions scale to, and integrate with, the technology used by “national” network providers. You'll find BOLDstreet's proprietary service platform technology powering all public Wi-Fi networks for Second Cup, Rogers Wireless and Rogers Cable in Canada.

— Comox Valley Airport

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