Whidbey WiFi Hotspots

Connect on the go with local Whidbey WiFi public hotspots.

Discover Whidbey WiFi

With so much of our world happening online, staying connected is more important than ever. A Whidbey Telecom “Whidbey WiFi” public hotspot is a location where you can access the internet wirelessly with a WiFi enabled device. Video chatting with family, staying on top of work projects, and relaxing with your favorite shows can happen wherever on Whidbey you wander. 

We Are Whidbey

WiFi for the Wanderlust

Exploring beautiful Downtown Langley? There’s a Whidbey WiFi hotspot there! Waiting in line at the Clinton ferry dock? There’s a Whidbey WiFi hotspot there, too! Check the map above to find all of the Whidbey WiFi hotspot locations.

Save Data, Save Money

If you’ve ever tried to answer an email or surf the web from your mobile device, you know areas of Whidbey can be cell phone dead zones. Not only is a public WiFi hotspot more reliable, you also don’t have to use your smartphone’s data.

Your Local Communications Partner

As part of our effort to protect your privacy and to comply with applicable privacy and data protection laws, our governance practices are developed to respect and maintain your trust. In other words, we believe that taking care of your data and privacy means serving our community well and earning your trust.

Your use of any Whidbey Telecom Hotspot will indicate acceptance of Whidbey Telecom Terms and Conditions. You may choose to discontinue using the service at any time. Please disconnect immediately if you do not agree to the terms of this Policy. Please also read our Privacy Policy. By using our public hotspot, you agree to both policies. Whidbey Telecom reserves the right to change the terms and conditions and privacy policy at any time.

  • Availability: WiFi service is provided on an ‘as is’ basis and there is no guarantee of; uninterrupted, error-free service or bandwidth.
  • Security: When you connect to a website, information travels from your device to the website. That could include sensitive data like the log in information for your financial, email, or social media accounts. Most websites use encryption to protect your information. Because of the widespread use of encryption, connecting through a public WiFi network is usually safe. Data security is your responsibility.  Whidbey Telecom encourages you to secure your data appropriately.
    • How do you know your connection is encrypted? Look for a lock symbol or https in the address bar to the left of the website address. This works on a mobile browser, too. It can be hard to tell if a mobile app uses encryption, check with your app.
    • Limitation of Liability: Whidbey Telecom, its subsidiaries and affiliate companies, are not liable for any loss or damage you incur as a result of connecting to a Whidbey WiFi hotspot.

Your Choices & Rights, including State of Washington Specific Rights  

  • Location Services – Whidbey Telecom will not store your geolocation. To use certain location-based services and technology, you must set the permissions in your device to allow communication of this information. You can manage the use of that personal location information at any time in your device settings. For most devices, you can disable the collection of geolocation information by turning off location services on your device. 
  • Privacy –   Whidbey Telecom does not sell your personally identifiable information. Please see the Whidbey Telecom Privacy Policy for details.
  • Consumer Health Data Rights in Washington and Nevada – You may have additional rights relating to consumer health data. For more information, please see the Consumer Health Data Privacy Notice for Washington.
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