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RDU Raleigh-Durham International Airport

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WiFi Service is Available at Raleigh-Durham International Airport.
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  RDU WiFi Guide

Daily $7.95
Monthly $19.95
$21.95 (Boingo)

-Terminal A & C


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Note: Passengers can access the internet in terminal A & C using WiFi Internet service
provided by the AT&T and Boingo. Contact 919 840-2123 for more information on airport Internet access.


Raleigh-Durham International Airport (IATA: RDU, ICAO: KRDU, FAA LID: RDU) is located 9 miles
(14.5 km) northwest of Morrisville in Wake County, North Carolina, between the cities of Raleigh and Durham. The airport
covers 4,929 acres and has three runways. RDU is one of the fastest-growing airports in the United States; it serves around
10 million passengers per year for international and domestic travel.

Airport Information by Wikipedia

  • Airport WiFi Scout

    Words from Airport WiFi Scout: Very limited number of outlets at RDU for your laptop. Look for it on the wall between the seats.

  • Business Traveller WIFI User

    The WIFI service is fee based and SUCKS. Both tiimes I tried to get connected at broadband speeds I could connect with great connection and only 11mbps but the ugly truth is they choke the bandwidth down, probably to share the limited connection they provide to the Airport Network. My highest download speed was 8kbps. That is riduculous. Actually the wait time for windows to populate and files to transfer will drive you crazy. If you plan on doing anything other than recreational surfing, I would recommend you do it somewhere else. You will be very unproductive here and be out $10 for the experience.

  • Tom

    The wifi at RDU is the worst in the US Airports. I was connected at 11b and would not load anything. It took forever just to pull up a google search. SAVE your money and do not use this wifi. AT&T & RDU should be embarrassed at this 10 year old technology. HORRIBLE

  • Paul

    RDU is quite nice with decent amenities. However, a web search implies the wifi is free. Unforutnately you have to pay. Oh, and it sucks, too.

  • Jim O’Brien

    It is a major inconvenience to have to pay for wifi. RDU is behind the curve.

  • Malia

    Excellent Wifi Service at RDU easy to access as well as fast!