Do coffee shops or similar in Reykjavik have free wifi? I'll be traveling there with friends and want to be able to report in that we're alive after the hike. I don't really want to use GSM internet for this as I have a CDMA only phone and don't want to have to purchase a different phone just for this purpose.

  • Would internet-cafés be an acceptable solution?
    – gerrit
    Jul 15, 2013 at 11:05

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There are many cafés and other access points in downtown Reykjavik that offer free wifi (list list, map), as well as a number of Vodafone hotspots which as far as I can tell are free to everyone, not just Vodafone customers. Coverage is more sporadic elsewhere in Iceland.

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