Wi-Fi connects to the Internet over a wireless network and its coverage is limited to a building or a particular area.
Are you a Proximus Internet customer? If so, you’ll have a private Wi-Fi network through your B-Box modem. By logging into this network with your smartphone or tablet, you use your fixed Internet volume (and not mobile Internet volume).
Wi-Fi is available:
To surf via Wi-Fi on your mobile, your device must be Wi-Fi-compatible.
Mobile Internet (3G/4G) uses the mobile telephony network. With your SIM card, you can access the Internet anywhere, whether you're in Belgium or abroad. In Belgium, Proximus's 3G network covers the whole country, while the 4G network already covers 85% of the population.
As a Proximus customer, mobile Internet volume is included in your Internet subscription and in most mobile subscriptions. If that’s not the case, we recommend that you choose a mobile Internet option so you pay less for your data consumption.
To surf via 3G or 4G on your mobile, you need a 3G- or 4G-compatible device.
Check whether you can connect via a free Wi-Fi network, otherwise connect to the 3G/4G network.
Use your personal Wi-Fi network.
See if there’s a Wi-Fi Hotspot or a free open Wi-Fi network nearby. If there isn't, use your mobile Internet volume.
While on the move, it's better to use the 3G/4G network.
See if there’s a Wi-Fi Hotspot or a free open Wi-Fi network nearby. If there isn't, have you considered an option allowing you to surf more cheaply abroad?