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Always get free airport Wi-Fi with these simple tricks

Getting airport Wi-Fi can be quite tricky. It might be paid, hidden behind a password or hard to find. Thanks to travel blog FoxNomad, we have a couple of great resources to make sure you can always get on the internet no matter what. I’m going to run you through them. Check Foursquare tips You should have already downloaded Foursquare when you’re traveling, and it specifically serves a great purpose at airports.
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