IT Brief NZ - Where is Auckland's free Wi-Fi?

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Where is Auckland's free Wi-Fi?

The Auckland Council partnered with Australasian Wi-Fi services provider Tomizone in 2011 to expand the central city’s wireless network ahead of the 2011 Rugby World Cup.

The network generates more than 20 million minutes of free Wi-Fi usage every month.

The service is free to all users up to 1GB per day, per device, across more than 60 zones across the city, the majority of the zones being services with a fibre connection.

The free Wi-Fi service is available in several locations across the central city and the city fringe, including Kingsland, Mt Eden Village, Onehunga, and several transport hubs around Auckland.

Locations Specific Areas
CBD
  • Queen Street, Fort Lane, High Street, Elliot Street, Albert Street, Victoria Street, Mayoral Drive, Grey Street, Hobson Street, Nelson Street, Lorne Street, Symonds Street, 
  • Aotea Square
  • North Wharf
  • Queens Wharf
  • Viaduct Harbour​
  • Wynyard Quarter

Train stations

  • Britomart
  • Glenn Innes
  • Kingsland
  • Morningside
  • New Lynn
  • Newmarket
Other Main Areas
  • Devonport
  • Glen Innes
  • Karangahape Road - from Symonds St to Ponsonby Road
  • Kingsland shops
  • Mission Bay
  • Mt Eden Village
  • New Lynn
  • Newmarket - Broadway
  • Onehunga
  • Otahuhu
  • Parnell - top of the rise
  • Ponsonby Road, from K Rd to Jervois Rd
  • St Heliers
  • Takapuna - Hurstmere, Strand
Other facilities
  • All Auckland Libraries

 

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