19 December 2013

30 minutes free Wi-Fi at South Africa's international airports

Airports Company South Africa (ACSA) and Wi-Fi service provider AlwaysOn recently implemented Wi-Fi across all nine of ACSA's airports in South Africa. To access the service, which is compatible with Wi-Fi enabled devices such as laptops, smartphones and tablets, users are required to register. Once registered, the usage of the Wi-Fi network is for free for the first 30 minutes or 50MB, whichever comes first. In case users need more than 30 minutes or 50MB, the Wi-Fi network can also be used on a pay-as-you-go basis. The prices for the paid-for Wi-Fi vary between R15.00 and R175.00 (time or data limited options are available). Purchased access can be used at any AlwaysOn hotspot throughout South Africa. For more info, please read ACSA's Wi-Fi FAQ (pdf)!

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