Singapore's Changi Airport is making its free airport-wide wireless Internet access even easier to enjoy.
Under the current long-standing arrangement, travellers need to call at one of the airport's information desks and show their passport to receive a login code for the 'Wireless@SG' network.
However, a new service being tested at the terminals removes that onerous step to a simple click-and-go process.
Look for the new '#WiFi@Changi' wireless network on your laptop, tablet or smartphone.
Connect to this instead of Wireless@SG and you're now just one click away from being online.
When Australian Business Traveller trialled the service on a recent visit to Changi we noted the coverage didn't blanket the terminals – for example, it currently drops out at the far end of T2 if you're on the upstairs level, near the transit hotel and cinema.
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David Flynn is the editor of Australian Business Traveller and a bit of a travel tragic with a weakness for good coffee, shopping and lychee martinis.