At/on/for/through open WiFi network

germanictamoon

Senior Member
Hindi (West Uttar Pradesh)
What preposition would a native English speaker use before WiFi in the following sentence?

Don't access your account at/on/for/through open WiFi network?

I think 'on' is better.

Thank you very much.
 
  • Andygc

    Senior Member
    British English
    Don't access your account at open WiFi network?
    Don't access your account on open WiFi network?
    Don't access your account for open WiFi network?
    Don't access your account through open WiFi network?

    Is that what you are asking? Don't you think there's an article missing? Both "on" and "through" work.
     
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