Friday, December 01, 2006

Sign up for free wireless access in Singapore now!

Wireless@SG is here! From today, anyone in Singapore can enjoy basic-tier wireless internet access with surfing speeds of up to 512 kilobits per second (kbps) free of charge. From Channel NewsAsia:
From 1st December, everyone in Singapore can enjoy free wireless access at public areas islandwide.

Not only does this come a month ahead of schedule, the offer has also been extended for three years, one year longer than announced previously.

Surf for free online from laptops, PDAs or mobile phones at downtown areas, major town centres, libraries, country clubs and shopping malls.

There are now 900 hotspots to tap on – courtesy of the three operators – iCELL network, QMax Communications and SingTel.
I've just signed up with iCELL. The registration is simple. Just fill up some details including your mobile phone number. Tourists and foreigners in Singapore can also do so. You will then receive your password by sms. To sign up for Wireless@SG: SingTel or iCELL or QMax.

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