Dear English-speaking readers, this page is an automatic Google translation from a post originally written in French. My apologies for the weird sentences and the funny mistakes that could have been generated during the process. If you can read French, click on the French flag below to access the original text:
In France too, there are some that offer access to wireless internet to travelers. Among these French airports "free wifi": Angers, Bordeaux, Pau ... And Brittany is not lagging behind, with the airports of Brest, Lannion and Quimper!
For a small panorama on the evolution of wifi in French airports, and on the strategy of the Irish company Free-Hotspot.com, which aims to reach the 5000 access points across Europe by the end of 2008, I refer you to this July 2008 article from Point.
For my part, I enjoy finding in the airports even the free internet self-service, with keyboard and screen, as in the fabulous Changi Airport Singapore. (And I prefer not to dwell on the poor services that Roissy-Charles-de-Gaulle airport offers, in comparison.)
Finally, for those who live in Geneva (Switzerland), a good plan that changes wifi in fast-food chains or American-style coffee. An address discovered by my sister, Bretonne exiled to the Helvetians, and out of internet at home for a few days: the laundry at 49 Prévost-Martin Street, which makes wifi gratos.
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