Free Wi-Fi on Cape Town MyCiTi buses

MyCiTi has launched a free Wi-Fi pilot on a number of buses in its fleet that operate in the Cape Town city centre.

Passengers can browse the web for free, with each user receiving 50MB of data daily.

There is also free content available over and above the daily 50MB limit, such as news and weather.

If passengers reach their daily cap, MyCiTi said they can buy additional data using a credit card.

Users who have a public Wi-Fi hotspot account – such as AlwaysOn, G-Connect, and MWEB – can login with their account for access.

MyCiTi said users must look out for “WiFi available here” signs in buses, connect to the network called “Vast”, and choose “Complimentary Access”.

First-time registration is required.

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