Singapore airport offers free Wi-Fi throughout all three terminals. However there are a number of Wi-Fi signals your devices will pick up that are not. These are the ones that’ll prompt you to sign up and pay per hour for their internet.
Thankfully it’s pretty easy to get online for free at Singapore Airport.
First you will need to find an information desk. This wont be to hard as they are located all over the airport. Each desk will have 2 – 3 staff members working there who all speak perfect English as well as many other languages.
Once you’ve found one you need to ask for a code for the Free Singapore Airport Wi-Fi.
They will need to take your passport to create you an account. This only takes a minute to do and you get your passport straight back.
Use your usual methods to search for Wi-Fi signals. The one you want is named
Click and connect to their Wi-Fi. If you are on a windows machine it may ask you what the network type is. You want to say it’s a Public network. This will help keep you safe.
Once your connected open your browser e.g. Google Chrome, Internet explorer, Firefox, Safari etc
You will be direct to a screen that looks like this;
Here all you will need to do is enter the details they gave you at the information Kiosk
Click Get Connected and enjoy the free internet.
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