10 Sites to Find Hotspot in the USA

By Laura Backes.
  • wififreespot.com - It breaks down the search for WiFi into easy searches such as restaurants and retails establishments versus hotels and other types of businesses.
  • wifidirectory.com - This site is sponsored by netstumbler.com and can find Hot Spots in these countries and many more - For travellers in the U.S., Canada, Australia, Asia, or the Middle East?
  • jiwire.com - start searching for wifi hotspot with a map of the world and you can click on whatever country you are traveling to. for world travellers
  • http://www.boingo.com/- Boingo offers a paid service to provide Hot Spots worldwide and now even on airplanes.
  • openwifispots.com - not for small cities in the US.
  • http://www.att.com/gen/general?pid=13540 - Provides AT&T hot spots only, but still a useful tool.
  • wefi.com - This tool requires you to download a program to search for WiFi Hot Spots. You can download it to your device and it will automatically connect you to a free WiFi Hot Spot that has the strongest signal.
  • http://www.wi-fihotspotlist.com/ - The WiFi hot spot list is very user friendly. All you have to do is type in your zip code and it will pull up in writing where the free hot spot is and what the address is.
  • http://hotspotr.com/ - Type in your zip code and it will pull up a map with all of the hot spots marked.
  • content.hotspot.t-mobile.com - worth checking into if you have a T-mobile phone anyway or even if you are just looking for an additional service to help you get connected.

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