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May 04, 2012

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Carol Garner

Love this; but I can also use the HotSpot function of my Verizon Android phone to connect my table & others, without having to pay Verizon for yet another data plan.

Rick Georges

I can do that, Carol; but, I prefer using the tablet wireless, as I want to preserve the phone battery. I have used the phone; but it eats battery like crazy. Either way, Verizon hotspot rocks.

Pasco

Doesn't the cost of broadband capability exceed the hotel wifi cost on an annual if not monthly basis? Meaning, unless you travel and attend conferences often, isn't it more cost effective to buy the wifi?

Rick

Sure if you only use it in hotels. But I use it on airplanes, in restaurants every day at lunch, when I visit clients, when I am waiting on the kids to get off the kiddie rides at the amusement park, and everywhere else. Using any public wifi is a security risk. So I repeat. Always bring your own encrypted Internet.

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