For the past 10 years, Internode's CityLan network has played a central role in making Adelaide a leading city for free WiFi network coverage. The new AdelaideFree network expands on this existing network, adding more than 200 additional high-performance outdoor WiFi access points.
The network uses fibre-optic cabling provided by Internode, the Adelaide City Council and the Government of South Australia to transmit data into the Internode network.
The AdelaideFree WiFi network was officially launched at the Adelaide Central Markets on Tuesday 25th June, 2014. Click here to watch a Nine Network News segment about the AdelaideFree WiFi launch.
The AdelaideFree and Internode WiFi networks are widely deployed in the Adelaide CBD and North Adelaide precincts, focussing on community areas, cafe's and restaurant precincts.
Internode are deploying more than 200 Cisco outdoor wireless access points at locations throughout the CBD. With the AdelaideFree SSID, the expanded network will provide free WiFi coverage for about 97 per cent of the northern CBD from Wakefield and Gouger streets to North Terrace. It will also provide extensive external coverage for the southern half of the CBD.
I can see the AdelaideFree network, but can't connect to Wi-Fi
Check the AdelaideFree hotspot coverage for a location near you, and move closer to the access point
My phone keeps connecting to Wi-Fi, but I don't want it to
Navigate to your phone's WiFi settings and "forget" or remove the AdelaideFree network; or disable WiFI on your phone.
I think there is something wrong with one of the hotspots
Please let us know where it is by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org with the address, or GPS coordinates and if possible send us a photo!
How secure is the AdelaideFree WiFi network?
Check out our AdelaideFree WiFi Network Security FAQ for more information.