Voila! It’s so simple.
With many phone companies offering international free services, it’s becoming less of an issue trying to find Wi-Fi in foreign countries. In case your provider isn’t as generous, you’re in luck in Paris.
The city offers FREE Wi-Fi services in over 296 public places where you’ll most likely be hanging out, such as: museums and parks. Here’s how to get connected without paying an Euro.
1. Look for the pink Paris Wi-Fi sign.
You’ll see buildings throughout the city (even in parks) with this logo, which indicates that you’re in a Paris Wi-Fi zone.
When you see this network, it’ll usually end with a number, then select it.
3. “ME CONNECTER”
Once you select “Paris_WI-FI_” network, you’ll a webpage will pop up. Accept the terms and conditions of use, then select “ME CONNECTER” which means connect.
Each session lasts for two hours, and then you’ll need to reconnect again. Voila! It’s that simple!
How do you get connected to free Wi-Fi in France? Let us know in the comments.