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10K WiFi Hotspots in Philly Made Free During DNC



    More than 10,000 Xfinity WiFi hotspots throughout Philadelphia will be free to the public during the Democratic National Convention, Comcast said Saturday.

    "We hope the visiting delegates and residents of the region will use the hotspots and enjoy high speed access to stay connected on the go, book dining and entertainment reservations, get directions to tourist attractions, post to social media networks and more," a spokeswoman for Comcast said.

    To access the Xfinity WiFi network using a mobile WiFi-enabled device, select the "xfinitywifi" network and follow the prompts to begin the session.

    Xfinity Internet customers can log in using their Comcast user name and password, and non-customers can get online by clicking on the “Not a Customer” button and following the instructions provided.

    To locate Xfinity hotspots throughout the region, download the Xfinity WiFi App or visit www.xfinity.com/wifi.