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Free internet for students at Norway airports. 19 airports across Norway now provide free Internet for students hosted by Norwegian state company UNINETT. The new service is an extension of current national universities’ and colleges’ systems via Eduroam. Eduroam was originally started as a European cooperation, but now spans beyond European borders, according to the company. Free wireless internet for students is currently available at the following participating airports across Norway until the end of 2013, initially, reported Stavanger Aftenblad:Alta.Bardufoss.Bergen Flesland.Bodø.Harstad / Narvik Evenes.Haugesund.Kirkenes Høybuktmoen.Kristiansand Kjevik.Kristiansund Kvernberget.Lakselv Banak.Mo i Rana Røssvoll.Molde Årø.Oslo Gardermoen.Stavanger Sola.Stokmarknes Skagen.Svalbard Longyearbyen.Tromsø Langnes.Trondheim Værnes.Ålesund Vigra.

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Free internet for students at Norway airports

Published on Thursday, 11th July, 2013 at 14:53 under the news category, by Nikita Yasuf.

19 airports across Norway now provide free Internet for students hosted by Norwegian state company UNINETT.

A laptop keyboard (illustration photo)
A laptop keyboard (illustration photo)
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The new service is an extension of current national universities’ and colleges’ systems via Eduroam. Eduroam was originally started as a European cooperation, but now spans beyond European borders, according to the company.

Free wireless internet for students is currently available at the following participating airports across Norway until the end of 2013, initially, reported Stavanger Aftenblad:

  • Alta.
  • Bardufoss.
  • Bergen Flesland.
  • Bodø.
  • Harstad / Narvik Evenes.
  • Haugesund.
  • Kirkenes Høybuktmoen.
  • Kristiansand Kjevik.
  • Kristiansund Kvernberget.
  • Lakselv Banak.
  • Mo i Rana Røssvoll.
  • Molde Årø.
  • Oslo Gardermoen.
  • Stavanger Sola.
  • Stokmarknes Skagen.
  • Svalbard Longyearbyen.
  • Tromsø Langnes.
  • Trondheim Værnes.
  • Ålesund Vigra.


Published on Thursday, 11th July, 2013 at 14:53 under the news category, by Nikita Yasuf.

This post has the following tags: norwayinternet, travelnorway, studentsnorway.





  
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