WiFi is currently available for guests staying at one Disneyland’s three onsite properties. However beginning on April 24th, visitors to the parks may be alerted that testing is taking place. Guests from this date forward, may find the new WiFi network on their device and should be able to join after accepting Disney’s standard Terms and Conditions.
Guests should note that during the testing period, access may be sporadic.
These changes are an initial step in launching Disneyland’s new MaxPass program which will rely on WiFi technology. As we reported back in early January. Disneyland will begin offering a separate paid FastPass/PhotoPass option for an introductory rate of $10/day. This new MaxPass allows guests to use the Disneyland App to view and download all of their PhotoPass photos as well as choose FastPass times for both The Matterhorn Bobsleds in Disneyland Park and Toy Story Midway Mania in Disney California Adventure.
This technology upgrade will make a welcome change for Disney visitors who have had to rely on cellular networks while at the parks.
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