10 Places with Free WiFi in Samoa 📶
10 Places with Free WiFi in Samoa 📶

10 Places with Free WiFi in Samoa 📶

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Where to Get Free WiFi in Samoa

Samoa might be a destination to disconnect, but if you have to keep on top of work emails or need to keep in touch with people back home then you’ll probably like access to free WiFi. Admittedly, free WiFi isn’t readily available in Samoa. Between the odd cafe and a handful of accommodations offering free WiFi, however, you can just about make a “free internet” holiday work. Just check out our list of places to get free WiFi in Samoa.

For advice on a more stable internet connection while exploring the islands, take a look at How to Get Internet & WiFi in Samoa.

1. Cornwall Cafe

Cafes with free WiFi are pretty standard in most developed countries but Cornwall Cafe is Apia’s only answer when it comes to having access to WiFi along with your morning coffee (or evening beverage, as the case may be on a Thursday and Friday when the bar is open). Delight in tropical smoothies, pancakes and popcorn chicken, as well as a space to browse the web at this cool rooftop cafe. For more cafes to discover, check out the 10 Best Cafes in Samoa.

Location: Corner of Vaea Street and Atenae Street, Apia.

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2. Lava Hotel & 1905 Eatery

Whether you’re a guest of the hotel or are stopping by for a drink and dinner at its contemporary 1905 Eatery, Lava Hotel offers free high-speed WiFi to all of its paying customers. Learn more about the restaurant in the 10 Best Restaurants in Apia, as well as the hotel in the 30 Best Hotels in Samoa.

Location: Mulinuu Road, Mulinuu Peninsula, Apia.

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3. Lady Samoa III Ferry

Cruising between Upolu and Savai’i? If you’re on the larger Lady Samoa III ferry, then you’ll have one hour of free WiFi access with Vodafone – one of Samoa’s leading phone networks. Simply select “Vodafone WiFi” on your device to connect to the 4G service. Learn more about interisland travel in our Samoa Ferry Guide: How to Use the Ferry for Interisland Travel in Samoa.

Location: Ferries depart from Mulifanua Wharf, Upolu or Salelologa Wharf, Savai’i.

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4. Return to Paradise Resort

One of the limited resorts outside of Apia boasting free WiFi to all guests, Return to Paradise Resort might be on an isolated private beach but their WiFi boosters scattered around the resort ensure that all of their 100+ rooms plus conference facilities have access to the world wide web! Just ask reception for WiFi vouchers.

Location: Matautu, Lefaga, southwest coast of Upolu.

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5. Aganoa Lodge

Over on Savai’i, just about the only accommodation with free WiFi on offer can be found at Aganoa Lodge. The upscale surf lodge provides free WiFi for all guests with the caveat that it’s only available in the public area of the dining fale. Learn more about staying here in the 9 Accommodations in Samoa with Free WiFi.

Location: Aganoa Beach, Fa’a’ala, southeast coast of Savai’i.

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6. Talofa Inn

An affordable hotel/B&B in Apia, Talofa Inn is another one of the few accommodations in Samoa that offer free WiFi for guests. Enjoy its ultra-convenient location in the heart of the city, as well as irresistible prices. Learn more about staying here in the 10 Best Guesthouses & B&Bs in Samoa.

Location: Corner of Vaea Street and Savalalo Road, Apia.

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7. Tanoa Tusitala Hotel

A hotel with a resort ambience and a convenient location in the island’s capital, Tanoa Tusitala Hotel also boasts 1 Gb of free WiFi per room per day. The hotel also has a bar/restaurant where you may also be able to enquire about taking advantage of their WiFi services.

Location: Mulinuu Road, Mulinuu Peninsula, Apia.

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8. Alec’s Hotel

Located near the hospital and popular dining options in Apia, Alec’s Hotel provides a three-star hotel with a pool, air-conditioning and WiFi! 1 Gb of free WiFi, accessible across the hotel, is also included in your stay.

Location: Salanesa Road, Tanugamanono, Apia.

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9. Taefu T. Matafeo Store

At the northern end of Asaga village on Savai’i is the Taefu T. Matafeo Store, also known as Netta’s Cake Shop. Although the quaint cafe advertises “free internet”, we’re yet to try this out for ourselves. Regardless, we thought you may appreciate the heads-up. Learn more about the eatery in the 10 Best Restaurants on Savai’i.

Location: Asaga, North Coast Road, east coast of Savai’i.

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10. Lynn’s Getaway Hotel

Lynn’s Getaway Hotel, Karl’s Getaway Hotel and Lynn’s Getaway Apartments are a suite of budget accommodations in Apia all owned by the same company and all boasting free WiFi! We appreciate the gesture even if the WiFi is usually limited to the hotels’ public lounges and dining areas. Learn more about these stays in the 20 Best Budget Accommodations in Apia.

Location: Salenesa Road, Moto’otua, Apia.

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More Places with Free WiFi in Samoa

That’s it for our list of places with free WiFi in Samoa. For more internet-related tips, check out these guides:

Finally, for more tips for a stunning getaway to the islands, take a look at the 30 Tips for Travelling in Samoa.

Author

Laura S.

This article was reviewed and published by Laura, editor-in-chief and co-founder of Samoa Pocket Guide. Since arriving solo in the South Pacific over 10 years ago with nothing but a backpack and a background in journalism, her mission has been to show the world how easy (and awesome) it is to explore a paradise such as Samoa. She knows the islands inside out and loves sharing tips on how best to experience Upolu and Savai’i’s must-dos and hidden gems. Laura is also the editor of several other South Pacific travel guides.

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