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Internet on the move


jim63

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I am on holiday soon in UK and is there a way I can have internet access from laptop other than connected to someone else's modem.

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northumbria61

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Via a Wireless Hot Spot or Mobile Dongle such as the PAYG one's in this list link text

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rawprawn

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northumbria61 Do you know if a USB Dongle will work on an iPad2? I have a USB connector for the iPad. Thanks RP

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ßeta

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Nope

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rawprawn

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I will take. that as a No then. Thanks RP

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northumbria61

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rawprawn - reading this contradicts what Beta is saying about USB Dongle for iPad link text Other than that I really wouldn't know.

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northumbria61

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Further - link text

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ßeta

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northumbria61 You didn't read this very well. It's on about removing the Sim from the Dongle and installing it into the iPad.

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rawprawn

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Mmmm, I think I will still take that as a no. I mess around with my computer enough without starting on my iPad.

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northumbria61

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Beta - "You didn't read this very well" - Okay I will take that as a no then!

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