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Free Wi-Fi in Middlesbrough

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Locations

Free Wi-Fi service is available in all of Middlesbrough's community venues:

  • Customer Centre at Middlesbrough House
  • Central Library
  • Berwick Hills (Neptune) Library
  • Easterside Hub and Library
  • Grove Hill Hub and Library
  • Hemlington Library
  • Marton Library
  • Myplace
  • Newport Hub
  • North Ormesby Hub and Library
  • Rainbow Library
  • Thorntree Community Hub

In addition, Wi-Fi is available at three of Middlesbrough's most famous landmarks:

  • Captain Cook Birthplace Museum
  • Dorman Museum
  • Transporter Bridge Visitor Centre

First time user

  • Go to 'settings' on your device and select 'MBC Guest'
  • Go to the website you want to access
  • Create an account - enter a username, password and complete the registration process
  • Select 'Sign on' and add your username and password
  • If you're happy with the Acceptable Use Policy, select 'accept'
  • Change your password and select 'submit'
  • Access the free Wi-Fi

How to login

  • Go to 'settings' on your device and select 'MBC Guest'
  • Go to the website you want to access
  • Enter your username and password and select 'sign on'
  • Access the free Wi-Fi

Acceptable Use Policy

By signing up for access to the council's free Wi-Fi network, you agree to the Acceptable Use Policy.

  • The internet access in this building is filtered to prevent access to web sites deemed to be inappropriate by the council's internet policies.

  • Users should not use the internet from this building in any manner that violates any laws or regulations.

  • Users should not use the internet from this building in any manner that may cause anxiety or distress to others.

  • Do not leave your device unattended. You are responsible for your own device and for the safety and security of that device.

  • You are responsible for protecting your device against viruses, malware and any other downloadable data that may affect the operation of your device.

  • Please be aware of your surroundings and afford privacy to other users.

  • For advice about online safety please visit Get Safe Online or a similar site.
  • Staff are not responsible for providing assistance or advice about your wireless device or its settings.
  • The council will not accept any responsibility for any personal browsing by any person who uses their own device to access the internet via a Wi-Fi connection in any council premises.