Disney's Port orleans resort french quarter
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New Faster Resort Wi-Fi Network Installed at Port Orleans – French Quarter, More To Follow

If you have ever experienced issues with the free Wi-Fi around Walt Disney World and it’s resorts, there is some hope on the horizon for better connections. Disney has just announced that a new Wi-Fi Network is now available at Disney’s Port Orleans Resort – French Quarter.

Disney's Port orleans resort french quarter
Photo Credit: Undercovertourist.com

The announcement states that Disney is always looking to improve the experience of both their cast members and their guests, and one part of that is enhancing or separating the Wi-Fi that is used at the resorts. The new Wi-Fi at French Quarter is called “WDW Resorts Guest” and should have a much better connection as it will be targeted specifically to Guests staying at the resorts. This will bring the name of the Wi-Fi network in line with all the other ones at other resorts. Previously it would be a name such as “WLAN-TWDC” and for a company like Disney who prides on a consistent guest experience, this is a step in the right direction.

As more Resorts and locations at Walt Disney World get this updated Wi-Fi, we’ll continue to bring you news and updates.

 

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Jason Hocker
Jason Hocker
2 years ago

what’s the speed?

Light
Light
2 years ago

I was just there in middle of July for a week, the WIFI I used was already called “WDW Resorts Guest” and I never had speed issues? I wonder how much faster it is going to be?

Andre Willey
2 years ago

WLAN-TWDC is an internal passworded SSID for Disney cast member official use (it’s used at at Disney sites worldwide).

The new POFQ nework is fiber-optic to the wifi access points, so it seems to be ridiculously fast. I measured it as close to 50mbps (both up and down) yesterday.

Andre