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    When I'm at home I usually have no problem connecting to my mobile phone's wifi connection and to the internet (via my pc's router presumably). But I have been told that if I visit somewhere like a theatre complex I might have to use another way of connecting ( I have a Virgin plan and have seen G3 mentioned on my Nokia 620). Also that I shall have to key-in somewhere a special password given to me by the venue I'm visiting. But I'm at a loss to find a box where this password will need to be keyed-in, in spite of searching for the info on my phone and online. Can you please enlighten me? (P.S. My broadband at home is supplied by BT)
    08-03-2014 07:30 AM
  2. 6029KingStephen's Avatar
    If you try to connect to a wifi network that is secure, it will pop up a box asking you to enter the password.

    So for example you might be in a cafe that says free wifi available, they tell you the password and the network name. You go into settings - wifi and touch on the network name, it will try to connect and will ask you for the password.
    08-03-2014 08:18 AM

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