London has the most number of people connecting to Wi-Fi hotspots at non-business locations, according to a new study by iPass. The British capital, the report said, had over 11,000 access sessions at areas such as cafes and bookshops over a period of six months. The volume is twice that of Singapore. The iPass Wi-Fi hotspot index showed a 75 percent jump in U.K. access sessions from July to December 2006, with Heathrow airport as the most popular spot, followed by Gatwick airport. Similar trend is seen in Europe – European WiFi access sessions rose by 74 percent. Growth of global Wi-Fi use, however, is lower, only rising by 44 percent.