Looking for fun ideas for your WiFi names? You have indeed hit the right spot. Would you want to shock or surprise your neighbors? If you are creative enough, you would try making your WiFi names hilarious. Apart from being hilarious, WiFi names can also serve as a warning to your neighbors. We have listed the creative and hilarious WiFi names we have observed around us.
Funny WiFi names you can use
Well, funny is something subjective. What appears funny to me may appear aggressive to you. We would request our readers to kindly understand this subtle difference. Having said that, here are some suggestions for funny WiFi names.
WiFi Names Based On Celebrities or Famous Persons
You can use the names of famous personalities and use a little wordplay to make them funny or stay different. Some good examples can be
- Bejamin FrankLAN
- Abaham LINKon
- Martin Router King
These are just a few examples. You can devise your own ideas. If you are capable of playing with the words, you should be able to come up with more such names.
Funny WiFi Names to fend off your Neighbours
Whenever one gets a free WiFi connectivity, he or she will never hesitate using it. Of course, you can use a password to stop them from using your WiFi connectivity. Even then, there are means to hack the password.
We present some of the WiFi names you can use to keep your neighbors deterred from using your WiFi, or subtly let them know that they are stealing your WiFi signals. Yet again, you can use your own creativity to devise more such unique WiFi names.
Some WiFi names to warn your neighbours –
- Use at your Own Risk.
- Get Your Own WiFi
- You Steal My WiFi, I steal Your Wife
WiFi Names To scare your Neighbors
The WiFi names indicated above may not let your neighbors stay away from your WiFi. Some people never understand the hints that the above WiFi names tend to have. It may be necessary to feel skeptical about your WiFi connection. Maybe you can trick them into believing that something is wrong with your WiFi connectivity.
Some such examples are
- Virus-Infected Wi-Fi
- Use at your own risk
- This Wi-Fi Is Infected
- Free Virus
- This Wi-Fi is Unsecured
- Unsecured Wi-Fi
- Click Here For Viruses
There is another way you can scare those who are stealing your WiFi. Make them believe that they are accessing some federal or government service. Maybe they would fear the possibility of being caught and stop accessing your WiFi.
A few examples can be
- FBI Surveillance Van
- CIA Secret Station
- NSA Listening Post
- Police station xxxx
Another way you can be creative with your WiFi names would be to confuse your neighbors who steal your WiFi signals. Why not confuse them further? Here are a few possible funny WiFi names that can leave them confused so that they may not connect to your WiFi.
- 404 Wi-Fi Unavailable
- Test Wi-Fi Please Ignore
- Press Alt+F4 to Connect
- Prohibited Connection
- Error: Can’t Connect
- Connection Lost
- No Network Found
A few other examples
Apart from the WiFi names that you would be using for a specific purpose as indicated above, there are several other general purpose WiFi names you can use for your requirements. Some essential examples could be
- God Save The Wi-Fi
- Get Your Own Wi-Fi
- I Love My WiFi(fe)
- Whose WiFi is it Anyway?
- TellMyWifiLoveHer (Tell My Wife I Love Her)
- TellUrWifiLoveHer (Tell Yiur Wife I Love Her)
- Your Music Is Annoying
Well, those were a few funny WiFi names that would bring up smiles on the faces of whoever visits your WiFi connection. You can use any of those names we have listed herein for your WiFi – no worries, there is no copyright violations here – or choose to get inspired from those funny names and create your own new name. In fact, the new name you give to your WiFi router will indeed be a surprise to your friends and neighbors alike. Changing your WiFi SSID also has a security benefit. If someone is trying to steal your WiFi, changing it will make them lose their access.
Do you have any further funny ideas as long as creating new funny names to your WiFi connectivity? You can share your ideas with us. Who knows – your suggestions may find themselves on the WiFi of someone among our readers.