Rogers WiFi Hotspots (formerly known as Shaw Go WiFi) is Canada’s largest WiFi network which provides access for Shaw Internet and Shaw Mobile customers. Stay connected no matter where you are with access to hundreds of thousands of Rogers WiFi Hotspots.

How to register devices


You'll need to register a device to connect to the Rogers WiFi Hotspots. Shaw Internet customers can register multiple devices, depending on your Internet or Mobile package, to auto-connect to the network.

How to find Rogers WiFi Hotspots

To find a hotspot, either:

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How to connect to Rogers WiFi Hotspots

You can register to automatically connect Apple devices with iOS 8 or newer using our Get Started page.

Using Android or other devices, visit your nearest hotspot and select RogersOpen from the list of available WiFi networks to complete your registration.

If you're having issues connecting to Rogers WiFi Hotspots, or would like to suggest a new hotspot location, see Rogers WiFi Hotspots FAQs.


Why has Shaw Go WiFi been renamed?
The new name reflects the fact that Rogers and Shaw have come together. Shaw products are not changing—they’re just getting new names.


Which Rogers WiFi Hotspot network should I use?

  • If you’re an Internet customer using an iOS device with iOS 8 or higher, you can register to use the ShawPasspoint WiFi network. During registration, you may be instructed to download a profile to your phone.
  • If you’re not a current customer, or using a non-iOS device (or an iOS device using iOS 7 or lower), you can use the RogersOpen WiFi network.


How do I register for Rogers WiFi Hotspots?

  • If you need to register an iOS device using iOS 8 or higher, visit
  • If you are registering a non-iOS device (or IOS device using iOS 7 or lower), including MacBooks, laptops and tablets, you will need to visit a Hotspot to register your device.


Do I need to register my device every time I connect to a Hotspot?

You only need to register a device once, and after registration it will automatically connect to WiFi every time it enters a Rogers WiFi hotspot.


Why can’t I connect to the Rogers WiFi Hotspots network?

  • Check your device has cookies enabled in your device's settings or browser.
  • You can visit My Shaw to manage your devices and to check you’re not at your device limit.
  • If you’re not a customer and have already registered a device, you will need to wait until the end of your 7-day trial to register again.
  • Need more help? View WiFi Hotspots Troubleshooting and FAQs
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