T-Mobile and AT&T Wireless formed an airport hotspot roaming deal: AT&T Wireless customers can now use the network at San Francisco International airport and T-Mobile hotspot customers can now use the networks at Denver International and Philadelphia International.
In other AT&T Wireless news, the company said it will build hotspots covering six Amtrak stations in the northeast. AT&T Wireless will install, manage, and operate the networks.
The news that Amtrak would build these networks leaked out a couple weeks ago but some of the facts were a bit off. Amtrak doesn't hope for one million users per day, as was reported, but carries one million passengers through those six facilities. Also, access will be part of a subscription to AT&T Wireless' hotspot program or cost $9.99 per day for non-subscribers.