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This link to Zürich Airport handles your problem. How to log on Select the ZurichAirport WLAN network Launch the browser (e.g.: Internet Explorer, Firefox, Safari, …) on the device A connection to the login page is created automatically Select „Register“ After registering, a code will be sent via text message Enter the code in the ...


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On most airplanes with cellular and Wi-Fi capabilities, the ability to make mobile phone calls is technically disabled and passengers are prohibited from using the Wi-Fi service to make VoIP calls using services like Skype. Small point - Skype is not VoIP (in the technical sense). It uses its own proprietary protocol. It is not airlines that ...


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Technically speaking, whenever you connect to any network, you are putting yourself at risk. In any case, I am telling you use, your risk is magnified, especially when the site/s you are visting aren't using encryption (i.e., HTTPS/TLS). Packets sent wirelessly can be easily viewed from another computer within the same network, using tools such as Wireshark....


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As for your first question: There's no requirement to have an Austrian number in order to connect to WiFs - at least at all of the places in Austria I've been to recently. I'm connecting without trouble with a UK number. I would expect that any international SIM would work, as there's nothing that ties WiFi with the SIM card. As for your second question, ...


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As @Berwyn says, I always use a commercial VPN when using an unknown network at a coffee shop or other such place for banking or any other activity that involves a password to log on. Your risk is probably as high or higher at your local Starbucks or independent coffee shop than it is at a random AirBnb host's place. Note that this is totally different ...


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Haved used it once, Frankfurt to Tokyo in June 2013 (don't remember what kind of plane it was). My usage is mostly the same as yours, and I had no problem with it. Actually, I had bought 24 hours of wifi access at Frankfurt airport for about 5 euros, and was quite surprised to find that I could also use it on the plane. (If you buy it on the plane, it's 17 ...


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To add to the answer and comments above, yes there is wifi in some trains and yes it's free. Sadly also, yes, it's slow. There is no way to determine what train will have wifi when planning your route, it won't even be certain that if you take a train that leaves every day at let's say 10.00 it will have wifi every day because trains get switched up a lot. ...



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