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Thanks to @Relaxed 's helpful comments I now know at least the power situation: right now you might find yourself on a train where only first class has power but this is changing and at some indefinite point in the future every seat will have power. Details: The SBB timetable change on 14 December 2014 says: From 14 December, passengers will be able to ...
If your laptop has a relatively good antenna, then you can stalk the outside of Delta Sky Club lounges and see if you can pick up their free internal wifi. There was a period when they were enforcing passwords / logins, but this is no longer the case apparently (I now have a mobile plan that allows sharing, so I no longer lounge-stalk).
Trains from Zurich to Milan are serviced by a number of companies. For routes that start with InterCity trains, Wi-Fi is offered in 1st class. Source Routes using InterRegio have free Wi-Fi, RegioExpress trains may also have Wi-Fi, please confirm. Source I don't know about EuroCity trains.
Paid: Free 30 Minutes of Wi-Fi Source Pay as you go: $4.95 per hour Day Pass: Unlimited access for a 24-hour period, $7.95 Unlimited Access: Unlimited access for a month, $9.95 per month Paid Wi-Fi available is some gates. Free (Work In Progress): Terminal 4- Jetblue offers free Wi-Fi (sometimes) Terminal 4- Terminal 5- Jetblue offers free Wi-Fi
There is advertising for free Wi-Fi at Guangzhou airport but.......... You have to buy a local sim card from a 'ripoff' seller (CNY 100 = AUD $22.) with virtually no credit on it. But it gives you the local number you have to enter to receive a Wi-Fi passcode. Any attempt to access the Wi-Fi will direct you to the official Wi-Fi webpage for registering. As ...
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