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Have travel plans this year but don’t want to pay high roaming charges? Here’s the Wi-Fi passwords to world airports

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Do you have plans for travel in this new year but are afraid of incurring exorbitant internet roaming charges? One guy has come up with a clever solution to help you save money – at least in the airports.

Computer security engineer and travel blogger Anil Polat has launched an interactive map which offers its users WI-FI passwords of networks in airports all over the world. The map features more than 130 airports across the globe and the blogger updates this map regularly.

The map’s also simple to use with you having to just click on a specific airport and the information about the available connections instantly pop up.

There blogger has also provided a downloadable offline version of the map as well.

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