Everywhere in bars, restaurants, offices- people ask for the WiFi password, and end up typing it wrong- a pretty annoying process we all have been through several times. Well this is coming to an end! Did you know that you can just let your customers scan a QR code and get them to access your WiFi in one easy click- yes it is as easy as that! With most new smartphones you can scan a QR code from your camera of your phone without the use of any app. Just point your phone camera to the QR code and a link will appear. This works on Android and iOS11. Click the link that appears it and you are done!
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- All you need to do is go to www.qrcode-zebra.com and select the “WiFi Login” data type on the top of the page. WiFi login QR codes are one of 23 data types available to free users. However, if you become a paid subscriber, you can track data an edit your details as password if you make any changes.
- Next, enter the SSID/Network Name, Password and Network Type for your home, office or in-store wireless network. You can find this information on the bottom of your router on the little white sticker.
- All done! “Download QR Code” button below the QR code preview image to save your finished WiFi Login QR code, then you can print it out and display it for anyone to log in to your wireless network.
- If you're looking to do this for your customers, it is easy there too! They just need to scan the QR code, click and done! It works on any Android device and on iOS11 devices.
Having a customized QR code from www.qrcode-zebra.com is an easy way to connect to your WiFi with only one scan and click. It's important to make a dynamic QR code in case you want to update your password or change router. With a dynamic QR code you can change any information behind your QR code. You can print your QR code and place it on several places. When you change any information behind a dynamic QR code, there is no need to do any change to the printed QR code. If you own a restaurant for example on every table or on the menu. WiFi network sharing by QR was never easier.