Avoid unnecessary charges on your phone bill by turning on your Wi-Fi wherever possible. This is especially important if you have a limited data plan.
3. Choose the Wi-Fi network that is either yours, someone you know or a public Wi-Fi.
4. If a network has a lock next to the Wi-Fi symbol you will need to put in a password the first time you use the Wi-Fi network. If you are in a cafe or other public place you will need to ask for the password from an employee. On all subsequent visits to the same place it will connect you to the Wi-Fi without having to reenter the password unless they changed the password.
5. If you are worried about using a public Wi-Fi, try to remember to turn on the Wi-Fi in places you trust, like your own home or a friend’s homes.