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4:59 PM April 20, 2019

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4:59 PM April 20, 2019

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Passengers of the International Flight of Cebu Pacific May Rent WiFi Kit

Cebu Pacific Air offers WiFi kit rental to the passengers of its international flights bound for the countries in Asia except Brunei.

A lot of people are traveling everyday. Thousands are going for domestic travels while many also fly for international flights most especially now that it is summer season in the Philippines. Seat sales are crossing the surface.

Undeniably, one of the concern of many people in traveling by plane or even by boat is the WiFi signal. It has become a necessity of most people as it is through the social media that they can communicate with their loved ones.

To international trips, WiFi signal is one way that can keep the flight passengers from getting bored. Usually, flights would take several hours and the total travel may even go for several days.

Meanwhile, it seems that there is a good news now for flight passengers who will be flying to Asian destinations except for Brunei. The Cebu Pacific is offering the passengers a WiFi kit rental.

Cebu Pacific
Photo Courtesy: Cebu Pacific

Based on the post on the official social media page Cebu Pacific, flight passengers could rent a cost-effective CEB WiFi Kit for as low as Php 450.00 daily.

The offer is open for passengers from Manila, specifically flying from Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) Terminal 3. You can take it from the Departure Area and return at the Arrival Area.

According to Cebu Pacific, its WiFi Kit can connect up to five(5) devices at the same time and has a battery life that can last up to 16 hours. It also has a coverage of more than 102 countries.

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Posted by Cebu Pacific Air on Tuesday, April 16, 2019

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