There are many places like Barnes & Noble, Fed Ex Kinko’s, & Starbucks where a person can pay for wireless internet access (wifi). But, there are just as many well known places where you can get free wireless Internet access. Whenever you are out and about and you need to access the Internet, but you don’t want the hassle of having to pay for it, check out these free wifi hotspots.
You can get free wireless Internet from all Panera Bread locations across the country. Panera Bread, which is called the St. Louis Bread Company in St. Louis, offers a delicious line of baked goods all served in a chic, upscale environment. When heading to Panera for free wireless Internet make sure that you do not go during peak hours because they sometimes limit usage when they are extremely busy – Panera is ultra popular, just about everyone LOVES the food there.
If you are lucky enough to live in a city where there is a Planet Smoothie Cafe location, you will be able to get free wireless Internet access from most of those shops. Planet Smoothie offers just what you’d expect – smoothies that run the gamut from fruit, chocolate, coffee, peanut butter and nearly everything in between. The next time you’re in the mood for something cool and sweet from Planet Smoothie, be sure to bring your laptop along so that you can access their free wifi.
Some of the most widely known fast food locations sometimes offer free wireless Internet access in select locations. You can find free wifi at participating Krystal’s, Subway, Quizno’s, McDonalds, & Crisper’s locations. Be sure to call these restaurants ahead to find out whether or not the location you want offers free wireless Internet access.
Finally, your local area coffee shops are notorious for offering free wireless Internet access to its customers. It is a good idea to contact those shops as well when searching for a public place to do your web surfing. Always remember to make a purchase whenever you are using the free services of these, or any of the listed shops, restaurants, etc. in this article. Your patronage helps them to keep offering free wireless Internet access to the public.