WiFi hotspot allows connectivity for up to five devices.
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It all started when I was fed up with being at the mercy of airport and hotel lounges when trying to connect to WiFi while traveling abroad. I would look down at my device’s lonely “airplane mode” (WiFi only) icon and wait – hoping that it could add those reassuring connectivity arches.But then the panic. Is the WiFi free? Would it load, but then dash my hopes of Internet connectivity by demanding credit-card information? In this day and age, in this globalized world where the majority of communication is done through the Internet and there’s a start-up or app for all of our worldly desires, surely I could find a company that provides wireless Internet access without having to connect to a local cell phone carrier.
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