Singapore Airlines is offering passengers sick of being stung by global roaming charges the opportunity to use free pocket Wi-Fi routers while visiting its home city over the next year.
The airline has teamed up with DataPro Technologies to allow eligible Singapore and SilkAir customers who are 16 years and older to stay connected on a secure 4G Wi-Fi while exploring Singapore.
The free three-day, two-night WiFi comes with complimentary 2GB of data and each hotspot router has 12 hours of battery life and can support up to five mobile devices.
Who is eligible for the Free WiFi?
The complimentary 3D2N WiFi is open to Singapore Airlines and SilkAir passengers 16 years old and above traveling to Singapore, except for returning Singapore Citizens, Permanent Residents and Long-Term Pass Holders. This privilege is available until 14 October 2020.
Singapore Airlines Complimentary WiFi Device
Please take note that this is a complimentary WiFi device provided by DataPro Technologies Pte Ltd and is available only while stocks last. We would recommend advance reservations. Pre-bookings may be made online before your travel date.
Those on longer stays can extend up to 10 days and 50GB of data for $S12, eight euros or $US9 weekly.
Visitors can use the Datapro device as a personal hotspot and the company says the network is fast enough to make video calls, watch you-tube or stream movies.
But undoubtedly the most useful apps for visitors will be those that allow them to find their way around, check e-mails and post their adventures on social media.
Singapore Airlines recommends customers can pre-book their WiFi devices online before their travel date at www.singaporeair.com/free3d2nwifi.