Free wifi on the go

Just how easy is it to find a free wifi hotspot?

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As more people start to use smartphones, tablets and laptops in their day-to-day lives, the demand for free wireless internet increases. But just how easy is it 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 like cafés, caravan parks and shopping centres have started to offer free wifi as a way to draw in patrons. The number of wireless internet hotspots in Australia has increased exponentially over the last couple of years. It is now possible to travel the length and breadth of the country without paying a cent for your internet connection.

Australian site www.freewifi.com.au 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.





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    calmer
    10th Aug 2012
    3:28pm
    I've tried to access these sites but they ask for a password. How do you find this if you are in a shopping mall?
    normie 39
    10th Aug 2012
    5:46pm
    I too have been asked for passwords, is there a trick to this?

    Normie39

    10th Aug 2012
    6:04pm
    Some business require you to make a purchase to access their "Free" Wifi others require you to ask for password at the counter (probable to guilt you into a purchase)


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