Free Downtown Dayton Internet service.
bilwalsh at swbell.net
Thu Jan 22 13:13:54 UTC 2009
On 01/22/2009 Steven Vollom wrote:
> When a person with a laptop goes on a business trip, is he charged
> fees when out of his home area? Or is he able to connect to any
> signal where he is currently located, eliminating the ISP from
> collecting a
> fee? An interesting thought.
Most hotels provide a free wifi connection now days [ some are still
"wired" ]. Some require you to log in with a password they give you on
check-in, others are wide open. A lot of the "travel" food service
places also provide a free wifi, Denny's, IHOP, MCDonalds, etc. These
are usually wide open. Many cities are also providing a wifi "hotspot"
in downtown areas or "tourist areas" to promote people coming to that area.
All these places pay the internet bill to get people to come spend their
money. SO, No, your ISP can't charge you a connection fee when you use
these services. Someone else already pays the fee.
Life is what happens while you're busy making other plans.
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