Free airport Wifi easier to find

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  1. sobore
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    sobore Gold Member

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    http://www.tulsaworld.com/blogs/post.aspx/Free_airport_Wifi_easier_to_find/61-21822

    I know that flipping open the laptop and firing up Netflix is the least of comforts after a cramped flight or a full-body cavity search in a TSA line.

    So when you open the browser and are informed that Wifi is only for paying customers, that layover becomes a little harder.

    The guys over at Airfarewatchdog.com have put together a handy chart on wireless internet costs at the nation and world’s largest airports.

    Tulsa isn’t on the list (only the top 50 airports are), but TUL has offered free wireless internet through AT&T for a few years now. Those scoundrels down in OKC at Will Rogers World Airport only offer 20 minutes of wireless internet for free.
    Read More: http://www.tulsaworld.com/blogs/post.aspx/Free_airport_Wifi_easier_to_find/61-21822
     
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  2. Mike Reed

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    None of these systems are secured well. There are ways around every one of them.
     
  3. Easy Victor

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    How about a tutorial?
     
  4. Mike Reed

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    Well documented on Google. Not something anyone needs to repost here. Try "hacking free wifi" + your airport.
     
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