Free Wireless Internet is available for your laptop, PDA or other wireless device. Hot spots are currently available at all Phoenix Public Library locations.
Users must have an 802.11 b/g wireless network interface card installed and configured in their laptop, PDA or other wireless device in order to access the wireless public Internet.
The free service is provided as a convenience. You use is at your own risk. Wireless transmissions may present a data security risk, and we advise against using the wireless public Internet to conduct personal or business transactions, such as banking, where sensitive account information and other personal data could be compromised.
When using the wireless public Internet, you will need to provide your own power source. Electrical outlets are limited.
If you have trouble accessing the wireless public Internet because of configuration issues or technical problems with your wireless device, please see the troubleshooting tips or contact your device's technical team support for assistance. City employees are not allowed to provide computer assistance for personal equipment.
How to Connect to the Wireless Internet:
NOTE: You must complete steps two through four even if using a VPN.
- Turn on laptop or Internet-ready device.
- Make sure your laptop wireless capability is enabled. On some PCs, you may have to enable the connection first.
- Launch the Web browser (such as Internet Explorer, Firefox or Safari).
- The wireless public Internet welcome page will appear on the screen.
- Read the terms and conditions on this page and then click the "Accept" button. You must accepts the terms and conditions in order to access the wireless public Internet.