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post office dongle


angW

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We use the post office at home for broadband,I want to take my laptop while visiting relatives so I think I might need a dongle. Do the post office do dongles or do I have to buy another provider?angW

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Nontek

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http://tinyurl.com/6j5xc3s

As far as I am aware Post Office do not have their own dongle - I think 3 Dongle might be your best bet.

I hope the link works!

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Fruit Bat /\0/\

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  1. Do your relatives have Broadband?
    1. Will they let you connect by wire or wireless to their router?
    2. Do you have a wireless card built into your laptop?

If the answer to all 3 is yes then you do not need a dongle.

My daughters bring their laptops and connect to my wireless router while they visit.

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