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Free Wi-Fi in Downtown Orlando

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surina777    1

i searched the threads and only found a couple articles regarding how a few years ago the city was going to offer free wifi...that either happend and got pulled or never happend at all...

so where downtown are all the free wifi spots?

1. Panera at Lake Eola

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tennis32801    67
i searched the threads and only found a couple articles regarding how a few years ago the city was going to offer free wifi...that either happend and got pulled or never happend at all...

so where downtown are all the free wifi spots?

1. Panera at Lake Eola

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surina777    1
I live in waverly last 2 years and have been able to connect to free internet under the "linksys" wifi. Not sure if that is the downtown designated or someone in the building.

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MAntoniazzi    0
yea usually if it is labeled 'linksys' its prob someone in the building/immediate area who hasn't locked out anyone from using it

where are you logging in from?

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bulldogger    79

I think the Ozone service is RR. Supposed to be free up to 128k (anyone) and then if you have a current RR account at home, you can use that to get some level of broadband or upgrade the Ozone account. I'm pretty sure logging in would be a prerequisite to any type of service as mentioned.

But then again, who knows. It was originally supposed to be put together by a company... I think called Pure Communications a couple years ago and never happened.

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slapdash09    0
I think the Ozone service is RR. Supposed to be free up to 128k (anyone) and then if you have a current RR account at home, you can use that to get some level of broadband or upgrade the Ozone account. I'm pretty sure logging in would be a prerequisite to any type of service as mentioned.

But then again, who knows. It was originally supposed to be put together by a company... I think called Pure Communications a couple years ago and never happened.

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bulldogger    79
every once in awhile i can get a "brighthouse" connection on the business side of thornton park central (along washington), that--once i log on using my home account information--allows me to surf for free. but it's spotty . . . and i don't quite understand it :-)

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