Verizon Wi-Fi Connect
Verizon Wi-Fi* is a free service that enables qualified Verizon Fios or High Speed Internet subscribers to access the internet at thousands of public places known as Wi-Fi hotspots. This wireless service is not intended to be used from your home, but to be used while on-the-go.
Stuck in an airport while traveling? Verizon Wi-Fi users can verify the airport is a Verizon Wi-Fi hotspot and connect to the Internet in minutes.
Planning a vacation or RV trip? Use the hotspot search capabilities of Verizon Wi-Fi to ensure you'll have campgrounds or motels where you can connect to the Internet at no additional charge.
Not traveling? You can enjoy Verizon Wi-Fi hotspots in local coffee shops or bookstores where you can sip a latte while you read your email or surf the Internet. Thousands of coffee shops, airports, hotels, campgrounds, restaurants, and retailers provide Internet access as Verizon Wi-Fi hotspots.
Verizon Wi-Fi Links
*Verizon Wi-Fi is available with select FiOS Internet or High Speed Internet packages and in designated locations only. The service requires Windows 7 (32-bit or 64-bit), Windows Vista (32-bit or 64-bit), or Windows XP 32-bit with Service Pack 3. Verizon Wi-Fi is not available on Macintosh, or Windows XP 64-bit operating systems.
Wi-Fi Connect Quick Links
- Wi-Fi Connect FAQs
- How to use Verizon Wi-Fi Connect
- Wi-Fi Connect Hotspots
- How to update Hotspot Directory