Tag Archives: Wi-Fi

Free WiFi for Travelers

One of the most frequent complaints that I hear from travelers these days is the lack of free WiFi hotspots. Well the city of Tel Aviv, Israel has stepped-up and addressed the problem by installing a network of eighty WiFi … Continue reading

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Digital Donkeys

We’ve brought you a number of diverse posts on WiFi opportunities for travelers, but the digital enabled donkeys is a first. An Israeli historical re-enactment village is now offering WiFi service for tourists at their Kfar Kedem attraction in the … Continue reading

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Paris: free wi-fi and more

All photos © Felipe Ribon The Mairie de Paris commissioned the firm JCDecaux to create the clever Escale Numérique , a “green” free wi-fi/gadget charging station/information kiosk at the Rond Pont des Champs-Elysées. The Escale Numérique’s sheltered hotspot is equipped … Continue reading

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We want our free Wi-Fi

The universal traveler’s lament these days seems to be “where’s the free Wi-Fi ?”. Cities around the world have floated all kinds of public schemes, but none seems to have reached fruition as of yet. But just in time for … Continue reading

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Free WiFi

Free wifi service in public spaces has become common in the United States and in Europe, but the concept is not widespread in Mexico. Now South American internet provider Terra has come up with an amusingly creative way to bring … Continue reading

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