WIFI access info
Where to find FREE Wireless Internet access . . .
Completing and submitting claim paperwork requires Internet access. However, often times in a deployment, Internet access is difficult to find due to storm damage to infrastructure. You need solid WIFI info! Here are some ideas that will enable you to survive the challenges associated with this business;
Starbucks and McDonalds are going to be your best bets when a working hardline connection cannot be found. Over 11,500 McDonalds restaurants now offer FREE WiFi. Starbucks offers FREE WiFi at their company-owned stores nationwide. Always make sure you have a fully charged battery or a back-up battery, because in a disaster, you will not be the only one seeking a WiFi connection. So electrical outlets will be in short supply.
You can find free Wi-Fi almost anywhere, if you know how to look.
1. Hack Into Protected Networks
2. Tether Your Phone
3. Get Wi-Fi From Your Cable Company
4. Get Around Time Limits with MAC Spoofing
5. Find Some Coupon Codes
6. Sign Up for a Loyalty Program
7. Browse the Right Sites
8. Search for Hidden Networks
9. Use a Hotspot Database
10. Know Which Hotels and Businesses Always Have Wi-Fi
It’s very important to remember that when you connect to a public Wi-Fi network, you’re opening a lot of your data up to the world. So, when using these tips, be sure you’re doing everything you can to stay safe on public Wi-Fi networks.
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