LAX offers free Wi-Fi in all of its terminals to help you stay connected during your travels. Paid options with faster internet connections are also offered through Boingo hotspots.
Here's everything you need to know about how to connect to LAX Wi-Fi on different platforms.
LAX offers free Wi-Fi through the _LAX Free Wi-Fi network, and in its first-class and business class lounges. The _LAX Free Wi-Fi network is available in all terminals and baggage claim areas. Passengers do not need a password to gain access to the free Wi-Fi. While there is no data cap, usage is limited to 45 minutes each day. Passengers who use the LAX free Wi-Fi are shown a 15-30 second ad or video before their access begins.
LAX also offers free Wi-Fi for first-class and business-class passengers in their respective lounges. Here are the lounges available in LAX with free Wi-Fi.
In 2019, internet speed test company Ookla discovered that free Wi-Fi speeds at LAX topped 70.6 Mbps with average upload speeds of 87.39 Mbps. LAX had the 16th fastest Wi-Fi in a list of 51 airports during that time.
For a fee, LAX offers Boingo Wi-Fi connections for travelers needing a faster internet connection. Access to hotspots require a monthly Boingo subscription that costs $4.98 on your first month and $14.99 in succeeding months. T-Mobile customers will enjoy full access to Boingo hotspots in LAX for zero fees.
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