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Viya Updates Free Hotspots on Dec. 6

Viya releases an updated List, as of Dec. 6, of all current free hotspots across the territory.

St. Thomas

  • Tutu Park Mall (Vitamin world, Viya Kiosk and Champs) – Tutu Park
  • Tap & Still – Red Hook
  • Cyril E. King Airport – Airport Road, Charlotte Amalie West
  • GERS Building – 3438 Kronprindsens Gade
  • Viya Charam Building – Kronprindsens Gade, behind GERS building
  • Crown Bay Marina – Crown Bay
  • Crown Bay Center (facing Dock and facing church) – Crown Bay
  • Yacht Haven Grande – Long Bay Road, Charlotte Amalie
  • Havensight – Buccaneer Mall
  • Havensight – Port of Sale
  • Viya Customer Experience Center (corner of building, front door and hallway inside.) – Across from Tutu Park Mall
  • Red Hook – Moe’s Supermarket – (facing ferry dock and facing parking lot)
  • Red Hook – AYH – Molly Malone’s and Caribbean Saloon Center
  • Nisky Center

St. John

  • Cruz Bay
  • Pastory Area

St. Croix

  • Sunny Isle, Christiansted – Business Office CEC
  • Verne I. Richards Veteran Memorial Park
  • King Street, Frederiksted – front of Congresswoman
  • Henry E. Rohlsen Airport – Christiansted
  • Plaza Extra East – Queen Mary Highway, Christiansted
  • Plaza Extra West – 14 Plessen, Fredriksted (by front door)
  • Roof Top Hotel
  • Govt House- King Street Security Gate
  • Police Department at Bassin Triangle
  • Laundry Time – Laundromat (downstairs)
  • Cost U Less
  • Canegata Ballpark – Red Cross Centre
  • Vitema – 2nd floor
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