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Posted on Tuesday 04 January 2011 in Montreal
Just in time for the New Year, Montreal's Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport will provide its customers and passengers with free Wi-Fi access.
The service will be available throughout the terminal, including points in and outside of security. Smartphones, laptops and other Wi-Fi devices will have the capacity to connect with the signal.
Now travelers waiting for flights to Vancouver on their way to Sydney can enjoy the internet while they await their boarding call.
People in Montreal's airport can open their browser, then agree to the terms and conditions of usage. Once travelers click on the appropriate button, an hour-long free session will begin for users to surf the net.
After the hour is up, all users need to do is close the browser and open a new one.
All passengers - international, trans-border and domestic will be able to use the service.
Aussies who are coming home from Canada can take the time to check their email, let family and friends know the status of their flight without huge roaming charges, and relax while they await boarding the plane.
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