A lot of people hate internet connection in Australia – it is expensive and slow, but wait till you come to New Zealand. It probably has worst internet in developed world and it was hard to find free internet(WiFi ) at airports in New Zealand, but it is getting better. Here are the options you can find in New Zealand.
Auckland Airport – there is wireless internet access in International and domestic terminals or you can use internet kiosks. NZ$2 coin buys 10 minutes online and credit cards are also accepted.
Christchurch airport – Internet kiosks are available within the check in, departures and arrivals halls in the terminal or you can use free wireless internet service available at airport .
Dunedin airport – has trial free wireless internet access at the moment. Alternatively there are two Internet kiosks upstairs adjacent to Velluto. It take coins and credit cards. NZ$2 for 12 minutes.
Hamilton airport – free wireless internet access is available throughout the terminal. There is complimentary internet kiosk located on the mezzanine floor but you are asked limit your session to 15 minutes as a courtesy to others.
Palmerston North airport – free wifi is available inside the terminal building. To connect on your own device, search for the InspireFreeWifi network in your wifi settings..
Queenstown airport – there is free internet access in airport for 1 hour in every 4 hour period. If you need Wi-Fi access for more than 1 hour, you can go to internet lounge. Internet Lounge also has 16 computers. The prices are: NZ$2 for 15 minutes, NZ$4 for 30 minutes or NZ$6 for 60 minutes.
Printing service is available at Airport Help Desk for 20 cents per page.
Rotorua airport – free Wi-Fi is available across the entire site including both the arrivals and departure lounges.
Simply log on to the service by searching for the network called “Free Airport Wi-Fi” in the internet connection settings of your phone, tablet or laptop.
Wellington airport – a free wireless internet connection is available for all passengers.