Skype WiFi on the Go

When you wish to connect to the Internet where your primary provider’s network is not available, one of the options for you is to use Skype WiFi. Unlike roaming services, Skype WiFi allows you to have a better control on how the network is connected. For example, you may just wish to check your email for a few minutes, in this case, you may not wish to pay the connection fee for a whole day where Skype WiFi could help.

skype-wifi-iconIn order to be able to use Skype WiFi, you must first to have a registered Skype Name or Microsoft Account, then download and install the Skype WiFi app on the App Store, and sign in with your account. Once you are ready, you could connect to any network available in which Skype WiFi is supported around you.

When the Skype WiFi app is ready where you don’t have any network connected
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Go to Settings > WiFi and connect to a network where Skype WiFi is supported
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Go back to the Skype WiFi app and it will automatically detect the network connection
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It will ask you if you would like to connect to the WiFi network through Skype WiFi
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Click the Connect button if you wish to connect the WiFi network and you are ready to go
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Alternatively, if you are already connected to a WiFi network, the Skype WiFi may prompt
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Good luck and wish you have an enjoyable journey!

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About Charoite Lee

As a software technology professional with enthusiastic attitude, I deliver practical and dynamic solutions according to needs and situation of clients, so as to deliver optimized value for supporting their business growth.
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