Find free wifi wherever you are

Find free wifi both home and abroad with www.wefi.com.

Find free wifi wherever you are

Smartphones, tablets and laptops have become an integral part of our day-to-day lives, and the demand for free wireless internet has increased substantially in recent years. But sometimes it’s just not that easy to find a free wifi hotspot.

These days more people want to be connected more of the time. In order to keep up with this demand, businesses such as cafés, caravan parks and shopping centres offer free wifi as a ‘value-added’ way to draw in patrons. The number of wireless internet hotspots in Australia (and the world) has increased exponentially over the last couple of years and it is now possible to travel the length and breadth of the country without paying a cent for your internet connection.

Wifi hotspot database, www.wefi.com* offers an ever-growing list of free wifi hotspots organised by state and suburb. If you’re travelling and want to keep in touch with family and friends, or if you just like checking the news over coffee, this is a great resource for finding free wireless internet in your area.

Do you have a favourite café which offers free wifi? Why not share its location?

*We had initially promoted an Australian hotspot database called www.freewifi.com.au, which worked at the time of release, but seemed to have many problems since our article had been published. Please use www.wefi.com instead, as it is a comprehensive hotspot database which covers the globe – so you can use it at home as well as abroad.





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    ndibs
    17th Dec 2014
    12:22pm
    Of course when you check on the free mobile hotspots regional table, you get a return that none are listed but to check for the ## number of PAY hotspots available there. Then when you check these - they are also not listed.
    bevharro
    17th Dec 2014
    12:27pm
    We have just come back from a short holiday and I used my smartphone as my personal wifi hotspot. I get 5GB of data included in my phone plan and it worked out perfectly for my needs.
    DavidB
    17th Dec 2014
    12:36pm
    Could be a very useful website... but I can't get any results from it.
    leonYLC
    6th Jan 2015
    1:20pm
    Hi DavidB,
    Thanks for pointing out the issues with the 'findfreewifi.com.au' website. We have found one which is more reliable and quite comprehensive called www.wefi.com. Please have another look at the article above and let us know what you think.
    Thanks again,
    Leon
    Ikantu
    17th Dec 2014
    12:55pm
    Doesn't seem to work for WA
    leonYLC
    6th Jan 2015
    1:25pm
    Hi Ikantu,
    We have found a more reliable hotspot database and have updated the article accordingly. Let us know what you think.
    Thanks,
    Leon
    Mary
    17th Dec 2014
    1:55pm
    nothing is "free" usually there are ads or it is so slow that you waste a lot of time just trying to get on - I agree that the best way is to make your own hotspot - most companies - even the cheapies like Amasym and Aldi have a add-on for data - great when going on holidays as there s no contract
    big Al
    17th Dec 2014
    2:05pm
    what a waste of time it has endless pages ,but they are all the same....good joke LOL
    leonYLC
    6th Jan 2015
    1:24pm
    Hi big Al,
    We have found a more reliable hotspot database and have updated the article accordingly. Let us know what you think.
    Thanks,
    Leon
    candie
    17th Dec 2014
    3:45pm
    this tip/website is a waste of my precious time! Why post stuff like this that doesn't work. I typed in Manly 2095 and got a list of places on other states.
    leonYLC
    6th Jan 2015
    1:25pm
    Hi candie,
    We have found a more reliable hotspot database and have updated the article accordingly. Let us know what you think.
    Thanks,
    Leon
    SC
    17th Dec 2014
    7:20pm
    Agree with ndibs. Could not find any free hotspots, only those with user pays.
    margeh
    17th Dec 2014
    11:05pm
    In WA some rest areas have free WiFi, Hammersley Gorge for instance.
    Triple A
    18th Dec 2014
    1:28pm
    Can you please check the links for their usefulness before posting them. As others have mentioned it does not return any results.
    Kim
    18th Dec 2014
    7:41pm
    Our local library has free WiFi , I assume that most do....then again never assume.


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