An easy way to find Free Internet Hotspots just around you and as you move through Tel Aviv: it seamlessly connects your phone to a good WiFi in range and you won’t need to do anything. Thanks to the large Wiman Network, made of people who share their WiFi, you can benefit from other Costless Wireless Networks in range apart from the open ones. Wiman Shared Wireless Internet is definitely reliable and ! Another possibility is to download the Free Hotspot map of Tel Aviv when you are online and browse it even offline, when there are no WiFi networks near you. Wiman takes you by the hand and guides you during your WiFi Hotspot search process by enhancing your leisure experience.
Are you a tourist searching for open WiFi in Tel Aviv at Sde Dov Airport or at a railway station closeby (Taẖanat Rakevet Tel Aviv Darom) and you need to do a Google search to get some information to get around in townin the city? What's the best way to handle this? In most cases, to have access to Free Wireless Internet at train stations or airports you have to log in to a WiFi hotspot with your credentials; in addition, in these cases, the WiFi network is often slow. Saving a Free Wireless Internet map of Tel Aviv that works even when you don’t have an Internet connection and that helps you benefit from costless Internet wherever you're, might be really helpful. This is exactly what Wiman Free WiFi does, among the other helpful features, including the WiFi auto-connect to the most effective open WiFi hotspots around you.
Are you a student, perhaps in Erasmus in Israel, and you need free Internet to look for some information? Most large universities offer Free WiFi access to students, but sometimes it is not as quick and easy as it should be. Fortunately, thanks to the huge Wiman Community, made of people who share their own WiFi network and connect in turn to WiFi shared by the other users, you can easily find other Free WiFi nearby. Shared WiFi is certainly tested and working!
You might long for WiFi access in Tel Aviv, while you are on the go. If that happens a good solution is to move towards the downtown, perhaps near Kikkar Yiẕẖaq Rabin or some other well known places (Tel Aviv Museum of Art, St. Peter’s Church, Maẕẕevat Zikaron LeTiyase Yisra’el, Seven Mills, St Antonio’s Church). Here it will be easier to connect to cost free WiFi. However, thanks to Wiman you have access to additional options to search Open Internet: Wiman works for you by connecting your Android device to the best WiFi hotspot closeby without you doing anything; furthermore, Wiman allows you to save the WiFi Hotspot map of Tel Aviv and go through it even when you are not connected, to inform in which areas you can get Free hotspots and get access to the net.