Halesworth Free Town Centre WiFi

Free public Wi-Fi is available in the Thoroughfare in Halesworth town centre. Simply sign up. Connect to the internet at no cost through this public WiFi service, so that you save your data allowance – or get online hassle-free even when you have no mobile signal.

How to connect to free WiFi in Halesworth

You can find out all about the service on the East Suffolk Council website, using the buttons below.

Halesworth Free Town Centre WiFi

Why use the free Halesworth public WiFi service?

• Save your data allowance for use elsewhere and save £££s.
• Enjoy internet access even when your mobile signal is poor.
• Choose to receive town news updates, plus exclusive offers from local businesses and much more. *

*Opt in at time of registration required. Cancel or sign up again at any time. E-news updates are occasional, town-specific and exclusive to subscribers to the free public WiFi service.

Connect now

On your smart phone, go to ‘Settings’
• On your phone, select ‘WiFi’ – or ‘Connections’, then ‘WiFi’ to view available networks
• Tap on ‘East Suffolk Free WiFi‘
• Follow the on-screen instructions to register.


Where can I use the free public WiFi in Halesworth?

The yellow band on the map below show the area currently covered by East Suffolk free WiFi in Halesworth town centre. Signs around the town also flag up the service as a reminder.

Map showing the free public wifi zone in Halesworth Suffolk

Is the public WiFi service really free?

Yes – there’s no catch. East Suffolk Council have taken this digital initiative to support towns across the district and to help you to find what you need and get the most out of your time in Halesworth’s public spaces.

The first time you use the service, you will need to register with some personal details (name, email address, date of birth, partial post-code). There’s an option to sign up to receive town centre updates by email, but there’s no obligation. It’s a great way to received all the upcoming news, events and offers though.

And what’s more, once you have created your account, you will also be able to use the East Suffolk free Wi-Fi service in others East Suffolk towns including Southwold, Aldeburgh and Lowestoft on the coast, and the market towns of Bungay and Beccles by the Suffolk Broads too.

You can find out all about the service on the East Suffolk Council website of the Free Public WiFi – simply click on the button below.

FAQs – Halesworth Free Town Centre WiFi 

On your smart phone, start by going to ‘Settings’. Then, depending on your phone either 
• Choose ‘WiFi’
• Or choose ‘Connections’ and then ‘WiFi’
You’ll see a list of available networks.

• Tap on ‘East Suffolk Free WiFi’
• Follow the on-screen instructions to register.

When it comes to internet privacy and safety, we take both really seriously. Please take a moment to read the privacy policy for this service and guide on using public WiFi safely. The buttons below link to the latest documents hosted on the East Suffolk Council’s website.

Registering for East Suffolk public WiFi

Privacy Policy

End Use Agreement

East Suffolk Guide to using public WiFi safely

Wifi user guide


The free public WiFi service is available in locations at a wide range of East Suffolk inland and coastal market towns from nearby Aldeburgh, Saxmundham and Framlingham to Woodbridge and Felixstowe, Lowestoft, Beccles, Bungay and Southwold.

The button below links to the latest list of towns/ details of their free WiFi zone coverage (hosted on the East Suffolk Council’s website).


Yes, you will be asked to create a free account by providing:
• your name
• email address
• date of birth
• partial post-code

Once registered for East Suffolk Free WiFi, you can access it again in any of East Suffolk towns that has it installed, without re-registering.

East Suffolk Council will use your information to:
• create a user account for you to access the free WiFi services
• produce anonymised statistics about the usage of the WiFi service

Personal data is only used for the purposes you consented to or for other lawful purposes (e.g. detection and prevention of fraud).

View the East Suffolk Free WiFi Privacy Statement here

Privacy Statement

The free WiFi is a public network. This means that it is not as secure as your home network, so be a bit more careful.

Protect your information when using public WiFi.

Public WiFi gives individuals and businesses access the internet in a designated public realm zone and is free of charge. It is of benefit to both visitors and the local economy.

You can report any issue through the East Suffolk Free WiFi page on the East Suffolk Council website – to access, click on the button below.