Find Free Wireless Access Points With Free Hotspot [Free WiFi Hotspots]
By on June 7th, 2008

Imagine a situation where there are about 30 minutes for you to board a plane which would take 6 hours to your destination and you just remember that you forgot to email a important presentation due in 2 hours. What would you do in such a situation? Would you buy wireless access to surf the Internet for just 10 minutes while you can email the file? If you decide to do that then let me welcome you to the club of people who waste money when they could have save it.

Why pay when you don’t have to?

free-hotspots-logo This is a question Free Hotspot a service that helps you to find free WiFi access points asks to its users. Why not find a free WiFi access point and save yourself some money.

As the name suggests Free Hotspot maintains a list of free WiFi Access points across the world which are free to use, all you have to do is enter your zip code, city name, state or area name along with the country you are in and it will show you a list of free hotspots available.

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Once you input your search it will show you a list of places where you can easily access Wifi for free. Searching for my area showed me 278 results which is quite impressive since most of them are just 2-3 blocks away from where I am.

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A search for the popular airports in my area like JFK and Newark also led me to several free hotspots which I never knew existed, this will definitely help me next time I am off to catch a flight to meet a client.

This is definitely a very useful service when you are on the go and may require to access the Internet urgently. I recommend you search before hand so that you can have a accessible list of free Wifi when you actually want it.

What are you waiting for then find a Free Hotspot and save some money.

Do you use any other service to find free WiFi hotspots? Do let me know about them through your comments.

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  • http://www.rakshitk.com Rakshit

    hey excellent find, Keith. I have the WIFI connection at my home and I have just added that to FREE HOTSPOT.

    :-)

  • http://www.rakshitk.com Rakshit

    Updates:- Adding our own hotspot location is not free. Application removed!!! :-(

    • Keith Dsouza

      Oh ok, I guess that must be their revenue model where they charge users for adding in free Wifi Hotspots.

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  • http://www.wififreespot.com James

    My site, The Wi-Fi-FreeSpot Directory – http://www.wififreespot.com – also lists free Wi-Fi locations around the world, businesses, libraries, etc., but not residential locations.

    • Keith Dsouza

      Thanks for sharing this with our readers James

  • http://www.fullpotential.com Starr

    Thanks Keith, this could really help not only me but also my coworkers…

  • http://www.netage.co.za Goran Web Design

    Thanks Keith for the heads-up

  • http://www.netage.co.za Goran Giertz

    Thanks Keith for this information. The hot spots always confused me.

  • Rubicon

    Keith,

    I don’t recommend this site at all. I tried it on a small city I am familiar with and it didn’t pull up a thing. Not one hot spot when I know there to be several as I have used them. Also, the site was ssslllooowww!

    I did check out James’ site http://www.wififreespot.com as posted above and it does work! Very well, indeed. I put in the same small city and it returned about 36+ locations – several of which I am personally familiar with and all the rest are very logical locations/providers.

    I’ll be using James’ site. Thank you James!!

  • nick

    I am using free wifi in the mall I work at to access this page. Neither site found had it listed. very interesting. I vote no for these sites.

 
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