What is WiFi?
Wireless networking- often referred to as WiFi- is a way of getting broadband internet without the use of wires. A wireless signal can normally be picked up within a 100m radius of a building.
For further information on how WiFi works and how you can set it up on your computer click here.
WiFi access at shropshire Libraries and Broadplaces
The following libraries in Shropshire offer free WiFi:
- Shrewsbury Library
- Shropshire Archives
- Ludlow Library
- Oswestry Library
- Market Drayton Library
- Bridgnorth Library
The first time you connect you will need to agree to the terms and conditions of use. You can find more details on how to use the WiFi service within your local library here.
There are also 35 Broadplaces in Shropshire based in village halls, pubs and community centres which offer WiFi. Many have an open network, which you can access straight away, for some you will need the password from the co-ordinator. For more information see the Shropshire WiFi access leaflet.
WiFi access across Shropshire
Free WiFi access is also available across many parts of shropshire particularly within community buildings, cafes and pubs. Below is a list of locations we have identified as offering free WiFi, if you are aware of any other places then do let us know!