Free Wi-Fi and more at Oakland International Airport

Good news for laptop-toting travelers passing through Oakland International Airport (OAK).

Starting today, (Monday, November 10th) there’s free Wi-Fi Internet service throughout the airport.

The service is provided by FreeFi Networks, the same company that now provides the free Wireless Internet access at Denver International Airport. You’ll need to watch some advertising before you get to use the wireless service, but hey – it’s free.

While you’re at Oakland International Airport (OAK), check out some other cool free and low cost stuff:

The public art inside the airport includes Hung Liu’s Going Away, Coming Home in Terminal 2;

(Jack Fulton, Photographer Courtesy of the Port of Oakland and Oakland International Airport)

Metropolitan Golf Links is located just south of the terminal (here’s a link to a coupon for free rental clubs );

And the Oakland Aviation Museum sits on the airport’s historic North Field. (You can drive over or take the free rental car shuttle.)

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