BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — Our friends Mickey and Minnie called today to let us know that free wi-fi is available to guests enjoying the major theme parks a little north of the BocaNewsNow.com coverage area.
Effective immediately, Wi-Fi is available, for free, to guests at the Magic Kingdom and folks staying at the hotels on Disney (NYSE:DIS) property.
According to a Disney spokesperson:
“The introduction of complimentary Wi-Fi at our resorts and the Magic Kingdom is an example of our focus on making every single part of a Guest’s experience the best it can possibly be.”
Heading up that way? Here are the simple instructions you need to know:
How can I access the complimentary Wi-Fi?
When you connect to the network using a wireless-enabled device (e.g. laptop, cell phone, etc.), you’ll notice a network option labeled “Guest – Access (unsecured)”. Once you click on that option, you’ll be taken to a screen that prompts you to accept the terms and conditions. After accepting the terms and conditions, you’ll have complimentary Wi-Fi access.
What cellular carriers are covered for Wi-Fi access?
AT&T, Verizon, Sprint, T-Mobile and MetroPCS
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