07 Feb 2022
Hotspots are often used when you are outside like you are in the Mall, Airports, or any public area. This is a good alternative if you don’t have any data on your phone, most of the ISP has their own hotspot you can always ask before you signup, or if you are an existing customer you can call the customer service of your ISP.
The easiest way to find a Wi-Fi hotspot is to open up your phone and go to the list of Wi-Fi networks available for you to log onto.
The name of the network usually indicates whether it’s something you can access (either for free, for a fee, or simply by going to whoever’s in charge and asking nicely for a password).
Example: You have a Dinning reservation in Chez restaurant when you open your phone to see available wifi you saw “Chez Resto for guest” as an available network you may ask nicely to the person’s in charge for the password.
Many ISPs (Internet Service Providers) offer hotspot networks for customers to use when they’re out. This includes most of the big names, like Cox, Spectrum, and Xfinity. To connect, you’ll need to enter the account name and password you use with your ISP to actually get online, so they’re used only for subscribers.
To connect, you’ll need to enter the account name and password you use with your ISP to actually get online, so they’re used only for subscribers.
There are tons of these public hotspots—Xfinity claims there are millions of hotspots in its network. This makes Xfinity hotspots a nice perk because not only are they readily available, but they’re also more reliable and secure. Xfinity even offers a convenient app to locate hotspots near you, available for iOS and Android.