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There are a few options. Starbucks as you mention already offers free wifi (but you need to confirm via email first, which can be a pain) NTT East offers a free 14-day Wifi access card for foreign tourists that lets you access Flets Wifi spots all over Tokyo. You can get one of these on presentation of your passport at any of these distribution points. ...


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It's available on some ICE routes, but not all. Cost wise, it's free in first class, chargeable in standard class, though there's a small number of roaming partners with whom you can get online in standard class too (mostly T-Mobile Germany though) DB have a page that lists the current routes it's available on, and have a pdf map. I believe it's being ...


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FlexiBus and Meinferinbus offer Free Wi-Fi, but no electric socket. As far as I know berlinlinienbus doesn't offer Wi-Fi nor electric socket. Eurolines offers Wi-Fi and electric socket in the Eurolines Business class buses


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Ok, first of all there is a list of restaurants apart from the big chains which offer free Wifi as long as you consume something. Obviously you will have to make sure that these places are open and according to your taste. A cafe or pub might be more suitable than a sushi restaurant for long-term surfing. Second of all there is a HUGE list of places with ...


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I would recommend you to get someone to write down for you how to say the proper question in Chinese, print it out and show it to people. That would bridge the language gap. From my perspective your real issue is that you do not only need a power outlet, but a chair next to it and a permission to sit there for a while and work. If you would have a working ...


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I found this article giving a few options. Especially the second one seems to fit your criteria: Lipstick 19, Rue Désirée M: Hôtel de Ville This café is a close second to the Voxx. There’s a nice little vibe and they have great booths if you’re staying for lunch. If not, they’re happy to let you sit at the bar and check your email or do whatever ...


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There are many cafés and other access points in downtown Reykjavik that offer free wifi (list list, map), as well as a number of Vodafone hotspots which as far as I can tell are free to everyone, not just Vodafone customers. Coverage is more sporadic elsewhere in Iceland.


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In general airlines will go out of their way to tell you if the plane you are currently on has Wifi/Internet Access - as that's how they make their money out of wifi! How they do this varies between airlines, but generally includes : Brochures/cards in the seat-back pocket telling you how to connect Wifi logos on the plane, either at the boarding door ...


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I noticed this too when I was in Thailand. My guess would be that since fast Internet access, the kind that a commercial establishment would need to serve multiple guests, is relatively expensive in South / South-East Asia, they try to regulate access points for maintaining speeds. So for instance in the morning, guests would typically be out, and return in ...


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Chinese Yelp is called Dianping -- the Hohhot section is here: http://www.dianping.com/huhehaote Search for 咖啡 ("coffee") Click the button that says 总体评价 ("overall rating") to sort the highest rated shops to the top Click the first location, a cafe called 艾乐咖啡屋 ("Ai Le Coffee") on 赛罕区万达广场东区底商26-67号(近万达东巷) ("26-27 East Dishang Rd (cross road: East Wanda ...


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If I understand the question, the needs are: Wi-Fi in relatively urban places where language and/or no Wi-Fi are the barrier Electricity in relatively urban places where language and/or no electricity is the barrier Also, I'm assuming two things here: You are going to be in China a while You have a smart phone or netbook with you and it functions ...


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After exploring for a few days, I've found some options. Many local coffee shops offer free wifi, often as part of a 'complete a survey, get free wifi' deal. The Gloria Jeans Coffee chain has free wifi. Flinders Street Coffee has an Internode free wifi option, which I suspect is in several places. Melbourne Central station and food court has free wifi. the ...


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Yes, there is! If you rummage through all the PDFs in the French bit of the airport website, you'll fine the details hidden in this brouchure. Alternately, just ask at the cafe/bar in the airport, they're very friendly and helpful there :) You need to go to the information (l’accueil) desk, which doubles up as the Air France ticket desk (and is much better ...


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That´s correct, you can find free wifi nearly everywhere in Iceland. If you leave the capital city for the countryside, I would advice you to get a hotspot device. This is really convenient to be able to search for some places, highlights or find the phone number of a guesthouse or campsite. This is quite cheap and the coverage is good (a bit less in the ...


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Yes, major petrol stations do have wifi, such as all the N1 stations (company name). However it's only usually free. a list of all the N1 service stations all the OLIS stations, with the option to filter all the ones with free wifi all the Skeljunger stations It's also available at tourist information centres and at all branches of the city library. ...


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You can check seatguru ( example). Under "In-flight amenities" wifi availability is indicated. Some airlines are still experimenting with only a handful of planes with wifi, but I expect seatguru to be the most complete resource on this topic.


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I don't think you are in Yunnan Province anymore. The only Jincheng I can find (晋城) is in Shanxi Province (山西). In a similar question, I linked the Chinese version of the popular Western website Yelp, called Dianping. For reference, the Dianping site for Jincheng is: http://www.dianping.com/jincheng Unfortunately, no one is really using Dianping in ...


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Another cunning way to find out is to look on Foursquare. Their page for Quimper Airport has the following tips: Il y a le wifi gratuit ici. Demandez un mot a clet a l'information / billets de Air France (basically There is free wifi here. Request password from Air France) They have free wifi, ask at the information desk (shared with the Air France ticket ...



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