Disney’s All-Star Movies Resort Adds Upgraded Wi-Fi, New Network Name in Public Areas

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Guests of Disney’s All-Star Movies Resort can now use the internet faster than ever with an upgraded Wi-Fi system.

The upgrade brings higher speeds to all public areas at the resort, as well as guest rooms in Buildings 6–10. In addition, guests using the Wi-Fi in public spaces at the resort can now find it under the name “WDW Resorts Guest,” bringing it in line with a similar recent upgrade at Disney’s Port Orleans Resort – French Quarter and a few other Disney hotels. Guests can use their wireless-enabled devices to connect to the free network by locating the network on their device, selecting to connect and then accepting the terms and conditions.

As Disney continues to develop advanced technology to enhance the guest experience both in and beyond the parks, one can only expect the Wi-Fi system to improve as well. Keep reading WDWNT as we learn more about the technology upgrades coming to the Walt Disney World Resort.

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