14 September 2016

South Africa: ACSA has upgraded the free WiFi offerings at its airports!

Airports Company South Africa (ACSA) has upgraded its free WiFi service at its nine airports* in South Africa. Passengers in the boarding areas of the airports now have either 4 hours of WiFi connection or 1 gigbyte of data available at no charge. When the complimentary four hours have lapsed or the one gigabyte of data is reached, users continue to use the WiFi service on a pay as you go basis. Purchased access can be used at any Airports@vast Hotspots throughout South Africa.

How you use the free WiFi at ACSA's airports in South Africa:
  1. Search for the Airports@vast-network with your smartphone, tablet or laptop
  2. Select Airports@vast from your device's WiFi search list
  3. Open the web browser on your device
  4. The web browser will be redirected to the Airports@vast-login page
  5. Select complimentary access
  6. Register with a valid email address
  7. When registration is complete users can surf the web
*OR Tambo International Airport in Johannesburg, Cape Town International Airport in Cape Town, King Shaka International Airport in Durban, Bram Fischer International Airport in Bloemfontein, Upington Airport in Upington, Port Elizabeth International Airport in Port Elizabeth, East London Airport in East London, George Airport in George and Kimberley Airport in Kimberley.

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