You’ll have to log in and confirm your identity first.Moskva Agency
Moscow’s public transport system has reaped the rewards of the Wi-Fi revolution, with free internet available on buses, trams, trolleybuses, the metro, and many suburban trains. The Moscow Central Ring (MCR) is also wired up to wifi. You’ll have to log in and confirm your identity first, which is required by Russian law for all public Wifi - but you only need to do this once before surfing until your heart’s content.
Type in your country’s telephone code and your mobile telephone number.Moskva Agency
Type in your country’s telephone code and your mobile telephone number.
An SMS will immediately be sent to your number with a four-digit code. Type it in.
After the identification process
That’s it. The only thing you need is a telephone number (it does not have to be Russian). Without
Wifi on the street is another win-win solution.Vladimir Astapkovich/TASS
The interactive hotspot map will show you the areas in Moscow offering free wifi, which are marked with a red sign.
Connect while dining.Moskva Agency
Whatever you do, never buy Russian SIM cards from unofficial sellers.Moskva Agency
To prevent this from happening,
Whatever you do, never buy Russian SIM cards from unofficial sellers. Cards must be registered along with your passport at communications outlets. There are many tariff packages with cheap internet including Beeline, MTS, MegaFon, and Tele2.
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