ACSA offers free Wi-Fi


According to Tourism Update, Airports Company South Africa has launched a free Wi-Fi service for passengers in the boarding areas of its nine airports. 
Users will have either 30 minutes of Wi-Fi connection or 50MB of data available at no charge. Once 30 minutes have lapsed, or the 50MB data limit is reached, users will be able to top-up the service on a pay-as-you-go basis.  
Wi-Fi can be accessed through any AlwaysOn Wi-Fi hotspot on laptops, smartphones or tablets that have built-in support for Wi-Fi or are equipped with a Wi-Fi network card.
Users select AlwaysOn then follow the instructions on screen. They then open the device’s web browser and are automatically redirected to the AlwaysOn login page. The option ‘complimentary access’ should be selected. 
Users are required to register and provide their email address for verification processes. Once registration is complete, users receive their free Wi-Fi.
Airports offering this service are O.R. Tambo International Airport in Johannesburg, Cape Town International Airport, King Shaka International Airport in Durban, and the airports in Port Elizabeth, Bloemfontein, George, East London, Kimberley and Upington.