Over 400 hotspots were deployed within the Garden Ring and the Third Ring Road, and others at the renovated Northern River Station, in the three campus buildings of the Russian Medical Academy of ongoing professional training and in community centres and other municipal agencies.
You can use Wi-Fi outdoor: there are over 3,500 hotspots within the Garden Ring and locally within the Third Ring Road. It is also possible to connect to Wi-Fi in institutions of culture and arts, which have 3,900 hotspots, and in 42 Moscow parks. The city network covers 162 dormitory buildings of 32 universities, where the total number of access points is more than 11,600.
The shared Moscow Wi-Fi space appeared with the establishment of a single network operator. It makes it possible to switch from hotspot to hotspot without repeat authorisation while you move across the city. People in Moscow have used the city wireless internet over 250 million times since the system was launched.
How to linkup to Moscow WiFi
To linkup to the free city internet choose Moscow_WiFi_Free in the list of available networks, open the browser and go through the identification process using your mos.ru account or telephone number, via which you will receive an SMS with the code. Then sign in by clicking the Enter the Internet button.
The identification procedure has to be repeated every three months. Identification for getting Wi-Fi access in public places is required under Russian law. moscow wifi free