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Spreading the Free WiFi love,
one neighborhood at a time.

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Help us spread Free WiFi,
everywhere please.

Free WiFi San Diego is an initiative of The Free WiFi Company It’s our mission to bring Free WiFi access to as many people in our community as we can reach.
We believe that universal, secure, fair access to high-speed internet that doesn't track you and sell your browsing history for is critical to our shared vision of a healthy, safe and prosperous city.
A connected community will help support local economies by connecting residents and guests with local businesses that share our same vision.

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La Jolla Recreation Center now with Free WiFi San Diego.

La Jolla Recreation Center provides a variety of classes and activities like Tae Chun Do, Gymnastics, Yoga, Tai Chi, Adult Fitness classes, weight room facilities, tennis, two outdoor basketball courts, and three playground areas for people of all ages and abilities.

Let's be clear.
We don't sell your data.

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We're not creepy. It's simple, your browsing history is your business.

Locations (more coming).
  • The Embarcadero
  • Barrio Loagn (coming soon)
  • Harbor Island
  • Gaslamp
  • Pho Point Loma & Grill
  • National City (coming soon)
  • Sammy’s Woodfired Pizza
  • Sun Harbor Marina
  • Chula Vista
  • Normal Heights
  • Shelter Island
  • Little Italy (coming soon)
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We love, Rumie
check them out.

Lokket works with like minded organizations to help spread digital inclusion any way we can. Rumie is a non-profit that makes access to free digital education possible for underserved communities worldwide.
Rumie's LearnCloud is powered by a growing community of people who want to reinvent modern education by working together. If you can Google, you can help. Participate from wherever you are – coffee shops, living rooms, even group hackathons – to find, rate, and collaboratively organize the best of the Internet’s free learning content. Find out more.
It's super easy to win.

Earn points for supporting local businesses, which then reward you and support us to roll out more Free WiFi.

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Meet Seymore our Rewards App to help local businesses reward you for choosing them so everyone wins.

Seymore is your personal rewards app and customer advocate. Seymore helps you earn rewards and choose how to spend those rewards. The App is completely free to download and use. It's as easy as;
Make a purchase at your preferred business and collect points, with many chances to win daily prizes. You can also convert your points to rewards, like cash, rent payments, for groceries or a donation to your favourite cause. Points can also be used to enter competitions for even more chances to win! You can play along with the Seymore community via fun games and share experiences.
Find out more.
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Augmented Reality.

Fun, exciting and rewarding augmented reality is a great way to engage with users and build learning experiences.

Frequently Asked Questions.

  • Can I use it at home or work?

    Feel free to use the service anywhere you can, just don't get in trouble from the boss.

  • Where can I connect?

    We are currently rolling out services in the USA, coming soon are Australia, Philippines and Canada.

  • How are we doing this?

    We are working with like minded community partners and sponsors to develop a self-sustaining model that helps all residents and visitors.

  • How fast is the connection?

    Our family friendly Free WiFi service is fast enough for all your browsing needs and becomes faster as we get more sponsors.

  • Are there restrictions?

    Yes, in order to protect sensitive users we do our best to filter inappropriate content on our Free Public WiFi. The service also restricts some high bandwidth applications such as streaming services in order to grant fair access to everyone.

  • What is fingerprinting?

    Every computer can pretty much be identified by its unique collection of characteristics such as the configuration of software, plug-ins and files that exist on the device. By reading how the operating system and hardware respond to certain browser actions, internet companies can create a unique identifier for the user. Cookies used to be the preferred way to track users online, but the same result can be achieved with browser fingerprinting, when your cookies are turned off and even when you’ve enabled incognito mode.