About free High Street Wi-Fi
To help keep business and communities connected, free Wi-Fi is now available on the high streets of our market towns, St Ives, St Neots, Ramsey and Huntingdon.
We have worked in partnership with Connecting Cambridgeshire who have offered a secure public access Wi-Fi network. The network is provided by Cambridgeshire County Council using funding from the Cambridgeshire & Peterborough Combined Authority and is supported by Huntingdonshire District Council.
Where can I get the Wi-Fi?Ramsey Wi-Fi Coverage [PDF, size unavailable]
St Ives Wi-Fi Coverage [PDF, size unavailable]
St Neots Wi-Fi Coverage [PDF, size unavailable]
How to access free High Street Wi-Fi
To access free High Street Wi-Fi you simply register with CambWi-Fi in 5 easy to follow steps:
Find ‘CambWi-Fi_Public’ in your Wi-Fi settings and connect.
Enter your name and email, accept the terms, then ‘Register'.
A new web page will open. Click the ‘Login’ button*.
Check your email** within 10 minutes and click on ‘click here’ within the email.
A new login page will open. Click ‘Connect’.
You will now be automatically connected whenever you are in a CambWi-Fi location. You can connect up to 10 devices on the same email sign-up and re-register every six months.
* The page will refresh and send you to the Connecting Cambridgeshire website's CambWi-Fi page. Please note: If you are logging in through a mobile phone or tablet you can click 'Done' to close the screen, but you are still not fully logged in.
** You may need to check your junk mail.
Having trouble logging in?
Use our map above to check connectivity in your area.
Common errors when registering/logging in can include:
failing to verify your email address: you should verify your email address within 10 minutes. If the verification email is not in your inbox it may have been directed to your spam/junk folder
being out of range: check our map and list of public Wi-Fi locations
check your spelling.
Q. I can’t find CambWi-Fi on my device
You may be out of range of an CambWi-Fi access point. You can check a map and list of CambWi-Fi access points in your area on our maps.
Q. I’m trying to access a site, but it’s blocked
CambWi-Fi uses family friendly filters to provide the broadest range of content which is suitable for all our customers.
Q. Can I use CambWi-Fi to share personal information
You should only use trusted sites that are fully encrypted to send personal information. CambWi-Fi is a public access network and is therefore not as secure as a private network. If you are in any doubt about the safety of your personal information don’t share it.
Q. I can connect but why is the service so slow?
Public access Wi-Fi is just that and although we do try to provide a high capacity network, there may be times when you are in a crowded area and a lot of people are using it. Depending on your device your experience of the service may vary.
Q. I’ve connected but I keep getting messages telling me “page not available” or “page not found”
What does this mean?
You may be out of range of the hotspot
You may have misspelt the web address
The web page may contain blocked content
There may be a network fault in that location, use the maps above to find another hotspot
Q. I’m worried my device could be hacked or get a virus using CambWifi
Unfortunately, this can happen with any connection whether it’s public or not. Most online risks are spread by malware within certain pages. Some steps you can take to protect yourself include:
making sure your security software is up-to-date
checking your security settings and anti-virus software on your device before you start using CambWi-Fi.