Hertz Spain Launches Wi-Fi Service for Madrid-Barajas Airport Customers

Hertz Spain launched on Oct. 2 a mobile Wi-Fi service for rental car customers at Madrid-Barajas Airport Barajas in partnership with Vodafone. The service is offered from Hertz's locations at Terminals 1 and 4. 

For $13 per day, customers will be able to benefit from internet connectivity anywhere in Spain. Up to five devices can be connected to the internet at the same time, including smartphones, computers, tablets and games consoles.

The battery-powered Wi-Fi units offer up to four hours of mobile usage. They can be recharged from a standard power outlet or in a car while on the road.

The launch in Spain follows the company’s Wi-Fi program in the Canary Islands, UK, Australia and New Zealand.

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