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Why is Boingo Wi-Finder asking whether it can accept Terms of Service on my behalf?


Boingo Wi-Finder may detect some third party companies operating Wi-Fi networks that require acceptance to a user agreement, terms of service, or other click-through contract ("TOS") before access is granted to their networks. You can use Boingo Wi-Finder to automatically accept these agreements on your behalf.

The first time you use Boingo Wi-Finder at a hotspot location, you may see a pop-up notification, which will ask whether you want to use Boingo Wi-Finder to automatically connect you to free third party Wi-Fi networks. Not all networks allow for an automatic connection like home WiFi because it can be unsecure to connect without your knowledge. We will only connect you automatically to networks that are trusted and verified. 

If you check the Terms of Service box, Boingo Wi-Finder will automatically accept all Terms of Service agreements on your behalf. Please keep in mind that if you select this option, you (and not Boingo) will assent to the Terms of Service of any third party Wi-Fi providers to which Boingo Wi-Finder connects.

If you prefer to review all Terms of Service agreements yourself, please do not check this box. You will still be able to manually search for third party Wi-Fi networks.


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