Free Wi-Fi for 3DS gamers at major UK airports

Connecting flights.

3DS gamers will now be able to acess free Wi-Fi at a number of major UK airports, Nintendo has announced.

Boingo hotspots at London Heathrow, Gatwick and Stansted airports will now allow 3DS users to surf the web for free.

Southampton, Glasgow, Edinburgh and Aberdeen airports are also in the plane useful scheme.

Your 3DS will automatically connect to the Boingo hotspots when in range. No need to fiddle with connections or find a terminal.

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