Now that I have a MacBook and am travelling, I find myself spending time in airports, waitng.<G> When I have tried to go on-line via WiFi, I get various connections, most of which require you to pay for them, i.e. T-Mobil. The "so-called" public WiFi does not seem to work in any airport. Anyone have any sugestions/success? (BTW, I can pic up a free site almost anywhere else.)<br><br>
In airports they got you. They can give you a weather page but anything more they make you pay. I am surprised food vendors like Starbucks haven't started offering free access but they may be under obligation to the airport which will not allow it. <br><br>At least it is becoming a monopoly. I can buy ten connects and they work in the Denver or Boston Airport. It sucks and it will change but it will be a while. They should have wireless on board the plane. All those computers are scanning for wireless so the idea it might mess with the plane is nutty. Just a scam to force you to use their set up and their phones.<br><br><br><br><br><br><br>
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