Frankfurt Airport Expands Free Wi-Fi Offerings

By Karin Sun on 2 July 2014
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A Lufthansa lounge in Frankfurt

A Lufthansa lounge in Frankfurt

Frankfurt Airport announced it is improving its free Wi-Fi service by increasing the amount of time made available to travelers.  The airport now offers 24-hour free access, instead of the 60 minutes of free service that it previously offered.

Passengers may log into the service via the Deutsche Telekom HotSpot Internet portal from more than 300 Wi-Fi access points located throughout the airport, many of which are situated in the departure areas of the terminals.

After 24 hours of use, travelers may extend service for another 24 hours at no charge, which allows them unlimited around-the-clock access.

The new 24-hour service is one of several initiatives that Frankfurt Airport has introduced during the past few years, including airport rest areas, new parking options, enhanced information guides, and special facilities for children.

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