Frankfurt Airport: now even easier to use the Internet for free
As of recently, all you need to do is open your device’s browser. It then automatically takes you to a registration page for the hotspots of Deutsche Telekom. Enter your e-mail address and the displayed security code, click or tap on “connect,” and presto - you’re online. After half an hour, you can choose whether to buy additional time or log off.
Even if you don’t have a device of your own, the World Wide Web is wide open to you at Frankfurt Airport: in both terminals you’ll find more than a hundred “Internet Points” with computers that you can use to get online for a fee.
The free Internet service is part of the “Great to have you here!” service program that Frankfurt Airport launched to introduce a wide range of improvements designed to make it even more comfortable and convenient to fly in and out of Germany’s largest airport. In 2012, Frankfurt Airport welcomed more than 57 million passengers.
To find out more about Frankfurt Airport’s services, go to www.frankfurt-airport.com .
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