Located at: #01-25 PSA Building
I honestly thought this was part of ARC…
So you connect to their WiFi.
Then on your browser, Ronald (McDonald) will need additional information which includes your name, email address, birth year and month, sex and your mobile phone number (you will receive a one time password through SMS)
Speed was good, very usable…
Date: 17 September 2016
Device: Nexus 6P
Once connected to their WiFi, you will be asked to click a link to go to their Facebook page… Then start surfing.
It was so slow, I made me rethink if I was in Singapore…
Ok… It isn’t that bad, it’s free and it works… Doesn’t even require you to buy anything from their shop.
If you’re a tourist and you’re looking for free WiFi to send a message someone… You can have coffee here (or stay near where you can get their signal) then send your message…
Date: 04 August 2016
Device: Nexus 6P
Connected to their free WiFi… (password is written at the table)
Speed was very good
Actually better than the food!
Date: 20 April 2016
Device: Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge
Connected to GlobeFreeWiFi when I was at NAIA Terminal 03.
Upon connection, your device will proceed to a “terms and conditions” page and upon hitting accept, you’ll be connected to free internet…
Location 01: Departure Area
Download: 49.34 (best)
Upload: 78.75 (best)
Location 02: Yellow Cab Pizza, Level 04
Sadly, when I reached my boarding gate, GlobeFreeWiFi was no longer available…
Date: 25 March 2016 (Friday – holiday)
Location: Food Republic
Device: Nexus 7
Since it was a long weekend… The place was full of people…
313@Somerset provides their own free WiFi which you’ll need to sign-up for 30 minutes of use.
Once you have an account, you can always log-in on your next visit.
Connection will be lost after 30 minutes but you can always sign-on again.
As for the speed…
I was getting 1MBps upload/download speed… Enough for simple browsing and messaging…