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Old 12-03-2012, 12:57 PM   #33
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Originally Posted by BeccaPrice View Post
perhaps it's just that I haven't stayed at many hotels, or that the hotels I have stayed at recently have all been business-oriented, but certainly the last few I've been at have charged $10/day/device for internet connectivity. These have all been midwest/east coast hotels; things may be different on the west coast.
I mostly stay in Holiday Inn Expresses, Comfort Suites and Fairfield Inns (midscale chain hotels) and they have always had free wi-fi.

Are you choosing your own hotel or do you have to stay at a particular one? I am also suprised that you expect to pay for it.
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