Internet Access in Airline Lounges

Discussion in 'Open Discussion' started by sully, Aug 6, 2004.

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  1. sully

    sully Member

    Jul 31, 2003
    Wolloomooloo, NSW
    This is often a hit and miss affair. I would just like to give a huge pat on the back to the QF lounge in Bangkok. I have been here for about 2 hours (those who have been to BKK know that the trip from the city can be anything from 20-120 minutes, mine was 2 minutes over the former) and have been logged on at 48Kbps the whole time.

    I use a system called I-Pass and have huge problems elsewhere sometimes. Not here.

    You know, combined with the best rice snacks ever and JW Black in copious quantities the only complaint is the lack of a window. Oh well.

  2. redrat

    redrat Member

    Apr 26, 2003
    I hope you're only cruising the internet with the copious amounts of JW?
    Not a good mix when you're reading emails & saying to yourself - "that no-good dirty son of #$%??, I'll show him what for..." :oops: lol
  3. clifford

    clifford Established Member

    Jul 6, 2004
    Canberra / London
    Dear Sully,

    It sounds nice. I can only suggest you also try one of the Thai lounges at BKK. They also have exceedingly good nibblies (in my not so humble opinion) and the drinks selection I think would suit most tastes.

    And I can imagine who redrat might be referring to.

    Bye for now,
  4. troycot

    troycot Newbie

    Mar 25, 2004
    The American Airline Lounges are very good for Internet access , and the speed is very good.
  5. redrat

    redrat Member

    Apr 26, 2003
    I just did the broadband at QP SYD & although $9 for 35mins is a bit steep it still walks right over dialup.
    I logged on as a casual user & had Telstra SMS a temp logon number. 8)

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