How To Ask For The WiFi Password In 10 Languages

Even when you’re traveling to escape, you may need to connect to the internet.
September 30, 2019
How To Ask For The WiFi Password In 10 Languages

When we go on vacation, one of our goals is to disconnect from the stresses of everyday life and to truly relax. How can we unwind if we’re constantly checking our email and scrolling through Twitter? But if you’re traveling to another country, there will come a time when you need internet access, whether it be to post a photo of you in front of an iconic landmark or to figure out how to get back to your lodging. You’ll want to learn how to say “What is the WiFi password?” in the local language for those times when you’re in desperate need of a connection to the outside world.

Sometimes you can easily connect to WiFi networks at cafés or your hotel or Airbnb, but other times, you may have a little trouble if you don’t speak the language. With just a tad of preparation, you’ll know how to say “What is the WiFi password?” when you walk into a store or coffee shop, and before you know it, you’ll have the longest Instagram story of all your friends.

How To Say ‘What Is The WiFi Password?’ In 10 Languages

Spanish — ¿Cuál es la contraseña del wifi?

French — C’est quoi le mot de passe du wi-fi ?

Italian — Qual è la password del Wi-Fi?

German — Wie ist das WLAN-Passwort?

Portuguese — Qual é a senha da wi-fi?

Swedish — Vad är wifi-lösenordet?

Turkish — Wifi şifresi ne?

Polish — Jakie jest hasło do wi-fi?

Indonesian — Password wi-fi disini apa?

Russian — Какой пароль от вайфая?

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Dylan Lyons
Dylan is a senior content producer, overseeing video and podcast projects for the U.S. team. He studied journalism at Ithaca College and previously managed social media for CBS News. He’s currently pursuing his MBA part-time at NYU Stern. His interests include podcasts, puppies, politics, alliteration, reading, writing, and dessert. Dylan lives in New York City.
Dylan is a senior content producer, overseeing video and podcast projects for the U.S. team. He studied journalism at Ithaca College and previously managed social media for CBS News. He’s currently pursuing his MBA part-time at NYU Stern. His interests include podcasts, puppies, politics, alliteration, reading, writing, and dessert. Dylan lives in New York City.

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