Always a very dynamic force in democratising Internet access, the City of Geneva has developed a network now offering more than 635 free, public Wi-Fi access points across 78 sites.
Wi-Fi is a technology used to create wireless networks and offering Internet access via a laptop or mobile phone with a view to making use of services such as the web or electronic mail. For several years now, the City of Geneva has offered the public free Wi-Fi access.
How to connect to the City of Geneva Wi-Fi network
When you are in a Wi-Fi access zone covered by the City of Geneva’s transmitter, simply select the network called ((o)) city-geneva. You will be able to connect to the network if you already have an account or obtain an account free of charge by SMS.
Where to connect
((o)) city-geneva access points
Discover the zones covered by the City of Geneva network.
Access points :
inactive or faulty
Article modifié le 25.09.2020 à 17:05