Singapore Airlines is now providing free inflight Internet to first class and business class travellers, along with its elite PPS Club frequent flyers.
The offer applies to all SQ aircraft fitted with inflight Internet, including its flagship Airbus A380s and long-range Boeing 777-300ER jets along with the newer Airbus A350s.
Just don't get too excited about the notion of enjoying unlimited free WiFi between your Book the Cook meals: the Star Alliance member has capped the gratis connection at a relatively low amount of data.
Passengers in first class (including the A380 Suites) get 100MB to use after entering their family name and seat number into the Complimentary Access section of the inflight Internet portal.
Business class travellers and those holding PPS Club membership will find a whopping "up to 30MB" at their fingertips, with Singapore Airlines advising that the exact data allowance varies "depending on aircraft type and can be viewed via the onboard portal upon successful connection."
After you've mowed through those megabytes, it's back to a paid plan – which can be based on either how much data you use or how long you stay online, depending on which aircraft you're on.