Singapore Airlines has started sending out emails to PPS Club members that complimentary in-flight WiFi is currently made available to all PPS Club members as well as eligible passengers traveling on Business Class, First Class and Suites when traveling on Airbus A350, A380 and Boeing 777-300ER. This brand new initiative by Singapore's flag carrier will allow passengers traveling in First Class and Suites to enjoy up to 100MB of complimentary data in the air regardless of the service provider (e.g. OnAir SBB/GX as well as Panasonic).
All eligible passengers traveling in Business Class may enjoy up to 30MB of complimentary data when the in-flight WiFi is provided by SitaOnAir (GX) and Panasonic but they will only receive 15MB if it is the SitaOnAir (SBB) unless they are a PPS Club member. All PPS Club members receive 30MB regardless of cabin class and they will receive 100MB when traveling in First Class or Suites. In order to redeem the complimentary WiFi on the flight, passengers will be required to logon to the WiFi network before logging in with their last name and seat number for verification.
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