Spotty Wi-Fi is a frequent complaint of those who pass through KCI, which began offering the service a decade ago. Since then, there have been upgrades, but not enough to keep up with demand. Now the city’s Aviation Department says upgrades to the system will be complete in early 2015.
Spotty Wi-Fi is a frequent complaint of those who pass through KCI, which began offering the service a decade ago. Since then, there have been upgrades, but not enough to keep up with demand. Now the city’s Aviation Department says upgrades to the system will be complete in early 2015. File photo by CHRIS OCHSNER The Kansas City Star
Spotty Wi-Fi is a frequent complaint of those who pass through KCI, which began offering the service a decade ago. Since then, there have been upgrades, but not enough to keep up with demand. Now the city’s Aviation Department says upgrades to the system will be complete in early 2015. File photo by CHRIS OCHSNER The Kansas City Star

Kansas City International Airport to upgrade its free Wi-Fi, eliminate dead spots

September 13, 2014 4:18 PM

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