David Rowan, editor of Wired.UK got charged €18 for 24 hours of wireless internet in an hotel, and when he tried to use it the service was to slow to be useful. He was then told that he would need to pay an extra €6 to have a decent internet access.
He didn’t like it, and is now advocating all of us to start Boycotting hotels that charge for the internet access.
I would agree with David, but one of the few things I always look for in the hotels I stay in is the free internet access.
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