Android: First, from the Menu, tap on “Settings.” Then, Tap on “Wireless & Networks.” Beside the “Wi-Fi” tab, tap the check box. This will enable your Wi-Fi. Now, below “Wi-Fi,” tap on “Wi-Fi Settings.” This will show you a list of available Wi-Fi Networks. Choose the network you would like to connect to and enter the password if needed. Finally, open up your browser.
Windows Phone: First, from your Windows Phone 7 home screen, slide the over to Applications. After getting to the applications list, scroll down to “Settings.” Once in “Settings,” scroll down to the “Wi-Fi” option. After tapping on the Wi-Fi option, you will see that your Wi-Fi will be turned off. In order to turn it on, tap on the radio button. After turning on your Wi-Fi, it will search for all the available Wi-Fi networks in your area. Now, from the list of available Wi-Fi networks, select the network you want to connect to and enter the password if needed. After connecting the device to a Wi-Fi network, you can then enjoy online gaming, browsing the Internet and downloading apps without worrying about over using your data.
iPhone: Go to the Home screen by pressing the Home button or by unlocking your phone. Select the Settings Application Select Wi-Fi and make sure the Wi-Fi button is switched to the On Position Find a familiar network below, select the network, enter in the password if needed and then you should start connecting to the Wi-Fi network. Lastly, if you are connected to Wi-Fi, you will see the WiFi icon on the left side of the notification bar.