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How to Browse the Internet Free Using Google Wi-Fi 

Are you a Nigerian internet user that is tired of the charges from your internet service providers? This is just for you.  Google has has made it possible for you to enjoy internet services free of charge. 

The internet giants launched  it’s free browsing hotspots across major cities in Nigeria including Lagos, Port Harcourt and Abuja. 
Here are the 5 easy steps on how to enjoy google free Wifi

Step 1: Locate a Google free Wi-Fi hotspot

These hotspots can be found in public places like shopping malls, hospitals, libraries, train stations, and university campuses around your city. When you get to such public places, put on you Wifi and search for “Google Free 21st Century.”

If you do not find the hotspot, do not be worried, refresh your Wi-Fi service and search again. If you still do not find the service, you may have to change your location a bit. 

Step 2: Connect to Free Google Station  21st Century 

Once you locate the “Free Google Station 21st Century” hot-spot, click the connect button on your mobile phone, tablet of laptop. 

Step 3: Sign in to “Free Google Station  21st Century”

To enjoy the free internet service from Google, you will have to sign in on your browser. It is a simple authentication process that requires your phone number. Simple enter your mobile phone number on the Google platform and wait for an OTP. 

Step 4: Check for an OTP on your mobile phone 

A four digit code will be sent to the mobile number you provided on the authentication website.  If you don’t receive the code, there’s nothing to worry about. Just wait a few seconds. But of the delay persists,  try resending the OTP on the website or use a different phone number. 

Step 5: Type OTP on the Free Google Stiation Website 

When you receive the four digit OTP, type this code on the Google station website and press OK. You can now enjoy unlimited internet access.

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