Get FREE Internet Via Wi-fi From Wi-fi Hotspots

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Introduction: Get FREE Internet Via Wi-fi From Wi-fi Hotspots

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Are you an avid traveler thats looking for ways to save money? Take advantage of one of life's on-the-go benefits.

Step 1: Things You'll Need

1. A notebook, phone, or any other device capable of receiving and viewing Internet signals
2. A Wi-fi environment with a strong signal such as McDonald's, Internet Cafes, Hotels Etc.
3. Anti-Virus Software (optional)

Step 2: The Setup

Get your Internet receiving device until it is in it's "Main Menu". Depending on what device you are using, the connection bars will be in a different place on the screen. Find that place and check how good of a signal you are getting. If you only are getting one or two bars, you will need to move closer to the Wi-fi Hotspot.

Step 3: The Good Part

Once you are on the network, you can get E-mail, update Social Networking sites, play games, watch videos, write Instructables and the best part is the cost to you. Zero. Zip. Nothin'.

P.S. please tell me if this is good for a first Instructable.

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    4 Comments

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    fafnir665
    fafnir665

    12 years ago on Step 3

    This definitely needs more content. Given the name, I was expecting something more along the lines of bypassing netcat. This is basically a paraphrase of the manual that comes with your laptop or wireless card.

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    ac1D
    ac1D

    12 years ago on Introduction

    congrat on stealing picture and it's not becose you only have one or two bars that you can't read your email. Plus, what if the network is secure and ask for a credit card to use it?

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    Void Schism
    Void Schism

    12 years ago on Step 3

    Think you need more detail (eg. what if the network needs a key? What is the effective range?) Nice clear presentation, just needs a bit more fleshing out.