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Free Wireless Hotspots @ Haringey Libraries
Wireless means more freedom
All Haringey Libraries are wireless (WiFi) hotspots to allow users to bring in their own device and surf the internet for free, using a fast and reliable wireless broadband.
- What you need
Verify that wireless is enabled on your device.
- Get connected
Connect to the Haringey Library Wireless Network (“Haringey Library”). This is an unsecured signal and no wireless network key is needed.
- Launch browser
Once connected, open your device's web browser and browse to www.google.com. You will be redirected to the Haringey Library Wireless Network log-in page.
- Log in
At the log-in page you will be able to create a new user account, change your password or log-in to the Haringey Library Wireless Network. Users of our previous public WiFi system will need to create an account on the new network. Happy browsing!
This information sheet shows you how to connect to the Haringey wireless network (PDF, 58KB).
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