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How to use the free wifi on Jeju’s buses
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승인 2017.09.01  15:34:57
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One of the updates made to the transportation system recently is the installation of wifi on all Jeju buses.

It is super easy to use and just requires you to input some simple information about yourself. The menus are all written in English so their should be no problems with language.

Here is a quick guide on how to sign up for the wifi.

1. Open the wifi settings on your phone and select the network named ‘Jeju Free Wifi.’


2. Once you are connected click the button that says ‘Get Started Wi-Fi.’

3. On the next page, read and agree (if you agree!) to the consent for collection and use of personal information.

4. You will then need to input some information including where you are from, your age, and your gender. You can also include your email and your visit type, although this isn’t necessary.

5. Click the ‘Get Started Wi-Fi’ button at the bottom of this page.

As well as the island’s buses, free wifi is available at certain tourist attractions and Olle Trails.

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