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In France too, there are some that offer wireless internet access to travellers. Among these "free wifi" French airports: 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 from wifi access in fast-food or American-style coffee chains. An address discovered by my sister, a Breton exile in Switzerland, who has been without internet access at home for a few days: the laundry at 49 Prévost-Martin Street, which makes wifi gratos.
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