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Mangalore International Airport says connect to official free Wi-Fi for better user experience


MANGALURU: The Mangalore International Airport (MIA) government have steered passengers to use Airport Authority of India’s authentic loose Wi-Fi to steer clear of gradual speeds and connectivity issues.

MIA has steered passengers that the airport is providing loose Wi-Fi from Vodafone via partner M/s Firefly networks, the place 200 mb is loose as much as 45 mins, whichever is previous, after which on-line recharge is available.


Reacting to a file in NewsTread on Sunday that MIA lacks proper Wi-Fi connectivity, MIA airport director V V Rao stated passengers had been by means of mistake connecting to the old BSNL Wi-Fi and had been dealing with issues. “Our technical workforce has analysed and steered as such. If any consumer faces issues, they can contact our terminal supervisor on a 24X7 foundation,’’ he stated, adding: “We have disconnected the old BSNL Wi-Fi to steer clear of confusion.”


He stated because of this reason why, some visitors had been connecting to the sooner put in BSNL Wi-Fi and giving mistaken feedback. He has asked all visitors at MIA to use most effective the authentic Wi-Fi supplier by means of logging on to-‘Free [email protected] by means of Vodafone’.


He also steered customers can higher admire loose Wi-Fi if they use it with auto replace in “off’’ mode as lots of the 200MB will get wasted in updating undesirable APPs on the telephone.




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