To use devices with Shaw Go WiFi — an urban network of Shaw WiFi hotspots available to you with your Shaw Internet account — you have to register each device manually. A registered device will connect automatically every time you enter a hotspot location.
Your MAC address (also known as a WiFi Address) is a unique ID used by computers and mobile phones when they connect to the internet. A MAC address will appear as a combination of numbers and letters in pairs, with a dash between each set (eg. 5C-26-0A-14-CE-BC).
iOS (iPhone, iPod, iPad)
Tap About and look under WiFi Address.
Swipe down from the top of the screen.
Press the Gear Icon (Settings).
Select About Device or About Phone.
Look under WiFi Mac Address.
Press the Menu button
Select Options and scroll down to Device.
Select Device and Status Information and look under WLAN MAC.
Click the Start Button, enter "cmd" into the Search box, and press the Enter key.
In the black box that appears, enter "getmac /fo list /v" and press the Enter key.
The MAC address will be the entry under Physical Address.
Click the Apple icon in the top left corner and select System Preferences.
Look for the Wi-Fi Address at the bottom of the screen.
Internet 60 / Internet 120 / Internet 300 / Internet 600
If you'd like to use additional devices beyond what's included with your Internet plan, that's no problem. You'll just need to manually log in each time you're in a Shaw Go WiFi hotspot, or you can upgrade your Internet plan to a level that offers additional connected devices.
You may be unable to auto-authenticate to the network if you exceed the number of devices you are able to connect to your account.