Because tweeting about those new pair of shoes before they've left the shop is just the beginning...
We want you to stay connected here at intu Chapelfield. So whenever you visit us in the centre you can share your thoughts with the outside world using our free Wi-Fi service.
Think of it as your constant shopping accomplice.
Need an opinion on your new outfit? No problem, tweet about it.
Want inspiration on which handbag to buy? Post or Pin it.
Feel like you can't eat a massive burger without an instagram post? Don't worry, it'll be uploaded in seconds.
With our free Wi-Fi you can now post, pin, tweet and google everything. Everyone likes a bit of advice (or moral support) from friends when it comes to fashion, so what better way than asking your online friends what they think before you buy an item.
To get connected, simply enable Wi-Fi on your laptop, tablet or mobile device when you arrive at intu Chapelfield. Once you’re connected open your web browser and go to 'intu Chapelfield Free Wi-Fi'. Just fill in your details and click on the ‘Connect’ button and you will be instantly connected to free Wi-Fi, with unlimited use.
If you have trouble connecting just ask one of our helpful staff across the centre.
It has never been easier to stay connected.
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