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In both terminals you will fixed computer terminals where you can access the internet for a fee. To make a payment you can either go straight to the providers payment page online and pay via credit card , use a voucher or paid in cash accepted by the machine itself (Euros and British Sterling).
The other method and one much preferred by the many business travellers is to access a WiFi signal via your own laptop or similar device. WiFi zones are also known as hotspots.
You will find these wherever you see this sign:

Internet access is provided by several ISP's and networks, namely T-Mobile, BT Openzone, Ipass, Boingo (require a program download in advance), The Cloud Networks (will get you on the Nintendo gaming network) and Surf and Sip. The area covered by these hotspots is pretty wide and takes in not just the terminals (arrivals and departures) but the airport piers and satellites too.
Making connection to the internet through a provider will require you to have a password and username. You can save time by setting this up before you travel by going to the appropriate suppliers website or at the time following the onscreen instructions that will appear once you click on a network signal to join it.
Dixons stores at the airport are also able to provide information and help with WiFi access.

Conveniently the airport terminals can also provide power for your laptop. To power up just look for the T-Mobile laptop stations or BT Openzone powered chairs.

Ipass
+44 (0)20 7534 4900
Website: www.ipass.com

Boingo
www.boingo.com

T-Mobile
Telephone: +44 (0)845 412 2526
Website: www.t-mobile.co.uk/hotspot

BT Openzone
Telephone: +44 (0)870 240 5745
Website: www.btopenzone.com

The Cloud Networks
Telephone: +44 (0)870 900 9434
Website: www.thecloud.net


FOR FREE!
Its possible to get online wirelessly for free at Gatwick Airport. This is a service provided by some coffee bars such as Starbucks (Landside South Terminal).
Also if you book an airport lounge for some added peace and quiet you will find offer free WiFi.


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