The Government collaborates with the industry to promote a common Wi-Fi brand “Wi-Fi.HK” for those Wi-Fi services in Hong Kong which are offered by the public and private sectors completely free of charge or time-limited free of charge in Hong Kong. Organisations and Wi-Fi service providers are welcome to join this scheme.
The objectives of this scheme are to:
- make it easier for the public and visitors to find and use the free Wi-Fi services in Hong Kong;
- stimulate the development of public Wi-Fi in Hong Kong; and
- further advance Hong Kong’s position as a highly connected city in the world.
With the full support and participation of the Wi-Fi operators as well as public and private organisations, “Wi-Fi.HK” hotspots are distributed in the 18 districts across the territory. The participating organisations are listed as below:
|Wi-Fi Service Providers
Tourism Related Organisations
Other Public Organisations
|Industrial / Commercial Organisations
University and Tertiary Institutes
Hong Kong SAR Government
- Government bureaux & departments (Agriculture, Fisheries and Conservation Department, Civil Aviation Department, Home Affairs Bureau - Youth Square Management Unit, Home Affairs Department, Hong Kong Fire Services Department, Hong Kong Observatory, Intellectual Property Department, Office of the Communications Authority, Office of the Government Chief Information Officer, Transport Department and Water Supplies Department)
- Government Wi-Fi Programme
Non-profit Making Organizations
Aberdeen Kai-fong Welfare Association Social Service, CheungChau Rural Committee Integrated Youth Centre, Chinese Evangelical Zion Church Ltd, Chinese Young Men's Christian Association of Hong Kong, Christian & Missionary Alliance Church Union Hong Kong Limited, Hong Kong PHAB Association, Hong Kong-Macao Conference of Seventh-day Adventists, Kowloon Tong Church of the Chinese Christian and Missionary Alliance, The Chinese Rhenish Church Hong Kong Synod, Yuen Long Town Hall Management Committee Limited, Zion Social Service Limited
The number of “Wi-Fi.HK” hotspots has increased from over 5,000 since the service launch in August 2014 to over 19,000 today.
Without the need for prior registration, the public and visitors can enjoy at least 30 minutes free Wi-Fi service per day from each of the above organisations.
“Wi-Fi.HK” Thematic Website and Mobile App
For details of free Wi-Fi hotspots, please visit the thematic website (www.wi-fi.hk), or download & install the “Wi-Fi.HK” mobile app.