Shhhh: Free Wifi Passwords
By N Mark Castro
Whether you’re traveling or just trying to get out of the house a bit more, there’s one thing that plagues us everywhere we go: Wi-Fi.
In most parts of the world, Wi-Fi has become a free add-on to entice people to either eat, drink coffee, or even get some bit of work done.
Manila has provided its CBD (Central Business District) a wide scope of free wifi, particularly in Greenbelt area: Mary Grace and Italianni’s lead the pack while the whole Ayala land is covered by a free wifi as well, although a bit weak.
Mall of Asia is also wired.
Singapore has wired its entire country with a free wifi, although, of course, the entire city state is just as big as a regular Jakarta mall.
We will regularly update this page to give you the access codes and passwords of the establishments found in Southeast Asia. Consider it my gift to you, an expert in finding a free
Cafe Excelso, Plaza Indonesia
Mezzo Cafe Aston Rasuna
Daily Bread Epicentrum
Java Bean Citywalk
Bengawan Solo Citywalk
Cafe Excelso Kota Kasablanca
If you aren’t near a documented hotspot, that doesn’t mean you can’t sniff one out.
There are a number of apps that’ll help you find free, hidden Wi-Fi networks. With a little bit of searching, you can bring all the hidden hotspots out of the woodwork.
Just don’t tell too many people, or they might start protecting their network.
But if you’re really a Wi-Fi nut, you’ll be glad to know that funeral homes now have a decent Internet connection. It seems that more and more people in the service business are realizing just how much more they can make people more comfortable.
Yes, this might seem strange to you but funeral homes have also started offering Wi-Fi access. Lets just say that its available to those who really need it. St. Peter Funeral Homes not only provides you with a free Wi-fi, it also offers online video streaming for families, relatives and friends who are unable to make it to the service.