Telstra Air will be free for everybody on 20 June

Posted: 19 June 2017 10:24 am


Celebrate World Wi-Fi Day with free Telstra Air Wi-Fi access all across the nation.

Public Wi-Fi is almost expected these days, although if you're trying to manage your mobile broadband spend, finding those precious spots where the Wi-Fi actually works can be a delicate balancing act.

Telstra has long used its Telstra Air service as a point of differentiation for its mobile and broadband customers. It provides a national Wi-Fi network that runs through Telstra stores, payphones, public assembly locations and the modems of opted-in Telstra broadband customers. It's typically only available to those customers at no charge and a one-day free pass would cost you $10.

However, Telstra has announced that on 20 June 2017 it will be flicking over the "free" switch for all Australians in order to celebrate both World Wi-Fi Day and the installation of its millionth Telstra Air Wi-Fi spot.

If you're curious, that spot is apparently in Mildura, but you don't have to travel to Victoria to get in on the free Wi-Fi action. The most easily-accessible hotspots are the Telstra payphones with the distinctive pink tops, but the hotspots do require you to log in to access the Wi-Fi. You can find out more about Telstra Air here.

Want access to Telstra Air beyond 20 June 2017? Check out Telstra's range of mobile phone plans, all of which include free Telstra Air access.

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