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POSTED: February 14, 2014 11:01 a.m.

DALLAS — American Warrior Networks Internet and TV services on Fort Stewart and Hunter Army Airfield will be discontinued, effective Feb. 20. In early June, Boingo will be the new provider at locations previously serviced by AWN.
In the meantime, soldiers can call Comcast at 888-266-2278 or CenturyLink to check the availability of interim internet services. For Century-Link, soldiers in the barracks can call 912-408-1240 and identify themselves as a Fort Stewart barracks customer to the customer-support representative, who will be ready to take all of their information.
Once service is up and running, Boingo will offer high-speed Wi-Fi, IP-based wireless high definition, enhanced video capability and access to more than 1 million hotspots around the world. Boingo also will bring competitive pricing and flexible plans to Fort Stewart. Additionally, no contracts, hidden fees or cancellation charges are applied, and no installation or special equipment is required.

 

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