Internet has become a part of our lives and it wouldn’t be wrong to say that we can’t even imagine our lives without it. So whenever we are in a place where there is no internet connection, we begin to get slightly curious about what’s happening on our Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and other social networking platforms. To help you stay connected on the go, we’re about to reveal the secrets to enjoying free Wi-Fi no matter in which part of the world you are.
Go to Branded Places
Most of the popular brands like Starbucks and McDonalds offer free Wi-Fi to their customers, so if your need for checking your profile is getting out of hand, then you can go to one of their branches. The best part about most of the branded restaurants is that they keep their Wi-Fi completely open so there’s no need to purchase anything. Just go near the outlet and use their network without any hassle.
Hotspots are Everywhere
Going to branded restaurants is a safe bet for free Wi-Fi, but they do need to sell their product in order to make money. Therefore, it is more than likely that they might’ve put a password and will only give it to you if you order something. If you want to eat something, then it doesn’t really hurt to pay for the free Wi-Fi. However, if you aren’t hungry, then you should opt for more public places like airports, train stations, bus stations, museums, and other popular community spaces. Some book and convenient stores, along with big malls, also provide free Wi-Fi, so you can try your luck there as well.
Through an App
Most of the Wi-Fi finding apps require an internet connection before they can help you find another internet connection. It is quite annoying to get stuck with such apps. Knowing that, we are going to recommend Instabridge and WeFi Pro to you. Both these apps are free to download and don’t require any kind of internet to connect you to a hotspot. Instabridge comes preloaded with 3 million hotspots, while WeFi Pro has more than 200 million hotspots.
If your need for an internet connection is seriously getting out of control (it can happen), then you can just search for the nearby connections. Doing this will give you the names of all nearby people using hotspots. You can then ask them for the password and if they do give it to you, thank them and satisfy your networking needs.