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Sharing hotel Wifi on holiday.


bda72

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I am going back to the same place we stayed in Mexico last year, the wifi is over £40 for 2 weeks access but that is per device. My laptop has been replaced by a tablet for when we go on holiday so I thought I would just use my phone to connect as the main reason is to stay in contact with work and the Samsung S3 works well with skype. The tech that will be coming with us are 2 smart phones, 2 tablets and a kindle. Is it possible for me to pay for my S3 to have wifi then share the connection with the other devices? All smart phones and tablets are running android so the kindle is the odd one out.

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Barry.

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bda72

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Thanks for the heads up on that but in our case I doubt this would be an issue apart from holiday pics which I may not upload. I used netflix and youtube quite a bit last year with no issues. Jo will hardly use the Internet on holiday, I just wanted to give her the option. The main reason for sharing is so I can use the phone for skype then the tablet to browse online.

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Barry.

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