Are you looking for a way to get absolutely free Internet for your Amazon Firestick, phone laptop and computer? You have come to the right place. Read on to find out how you can get completely free Internet right now.
There’s a way to get free Internet and no it is not about spending all day in your local library. The method I’m about to show you works for everyone but it is not yet available in all markets. If it hasn’t hit your area just be patient because it is coming soon thanks to its growing popularity. I’m sure it is already available in most parts of the US.
How Does It Work?
In the United States, most of the big libraries today have a device that looks like a phone. This device is known as MIFI. Some people call them “myfy” or “meefee” but however you call it just know that this is a portable device that you can carry in your pocket or car to connect to the Internet. You can use the MIFI to get completely free Wi-Fi if you get it from a library.
At the back of the device or in the box, you’ll find a password that shows you how to log in to the Wi-Fi network. The device can also be borrowed from all the major libraries in the US and other countries depending on availability in your region.
You’ll not be charged for borrowing the MIFI and they don’t even charge for it. You just need a library card. In most places, you’ll also need to be 18 and above years old to borrow the MIFI from your library. That’s all you’ll need to do to get access to your library’s Wi-Fi network from a nearby location.
It is quite easy to use the MIFI. All you need to do is to hold down the large button at the center until it flashes. Then enter the login information conveniently located at the back of the device and start using free Wi-Fi Internet courtesy of the local library.
How about speed? Are MIFIs as fast as normal Internet connections? Well, from experience, I can confidently say that these devices are really fast. I got one from a library recently and tested it for the purpose of showing you how fast the MIFIs really are. It had a steady rate of 148Mbps, which you will agree is really fast for an external Wi-Fi device.
It was fast enough to stream all the content I usually stream on TV, phone, and laptop. This was really fast in my case although it may be slower in other areas. But keep in mind that it’s absolutely free of charge.
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I did a recent check of places where the MIFI services are available and found the following:
- San Francisco
- Most of New York City
- Lincoln, Nebraska
- Boston and many more
All the above-mentioned areas have MIFI library services. The list is not conclusive so you can ask your local library if they have MIFIs services available or when they expect to start providing the services. However, most of the major cities across the US already have these free Internet services.
How Do You Get Free MIFI Internet?
Getting free MIFI internet from your local library is quite easy. Just go to their website and you can reserve the MIFI online.
We tried a few libraries by googling “free MIFI libraries” or “hotspot lending” services and got a list of different cities and libraries. After clicking the first option which happened to be the Boston public library, they had an option where you just click to reserve the MIFI. It was as simple as that.
You just click on one button. Then enter your library card number and they’ll reserve for you the MIFI. They will also let you know when it will be available. It’s just as easy as that. I believe most of the large libraries have up to 100 or more MIFIs available to borrow most of the time. The length of time you can have the MIFI device depends on your local library.
If you don’t have access to affordable Internet or just want a more convenient and portable way to connect to the Internet, you can consider using a free MIFI from your local library. It’s a great solution that anyone can use to enjoy free MIFI Internet.
Drop us a comment down below if you managed to get free MIFI Internet!