The advent of technology maximises its potential in every way, anywhere, and at any time. Singapore Airlines takes advantage of it and offers passengers free unlimited WiFi.
Singapore Airlines Provide Free Unlimited WiFi to Passengers
Passengers from economy and premium economy classes can benefit from the free unlimited WiFi that Singapore Airlines offer. They must register for the KrisFlyer rewards programme to become a member for free. The members can access WiFi starting July 1st.
“With our onboard Wi-Fi, our customers are able to stay in touch with their loved ones, post photos on their social media channels or keep updated on the latest news. The inflight Wi-Fi speed and experience might differ from the ground network, and is dependent on the number of concurrent users and the type of activity performed on a customer’s device,” said a SIA spokesperson.
KrisFlyer members in the economy class are currently offered two free WiFI. Those members travelling in premium economy classes enjoy three hours of free WiFi access.
Currently, all passengers in the First and Business classes and Suites enjoy free unlimited WiFi access. This also includes passengers who are not KrisFlyer members.
Complimentary WiFi Allowances
KrisFlyer members who fly “down the back” can also access an unlimited free WiFi package. It’s a considerable improvement on the cost-free two-hour or three-hour Surf packages formerly offered to members.
“In today’s increasingly hyper-connected world, high-speed in-flight Wi-Fi connectivity is one of the most important requirements for our customers. Giving them access to free unlimited WiFi is yet another milestone in SIA’s continuous effort to offer an exceptional end-to-end travel experience,” said Yeoh Phee Teik, SVP of Customer Experience Singapore Airlines.
Almost all aircraft offer high-speed WiFi capability except for a small fleet of seven Boeing 737-800s. Singapore Airlines is the first aircraft passenger to provide free unlimited WiFi to passengers throughout all cabin classes and the entire aircraft fleet.
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