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High Speed Pocket Wi-Fi Internet Access When Visting Barcelona

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Q: I need high speed Internet access while visiting the city. Can you advise me what do I need in order to access the internet with my mobile in Spain?

A: If your hotel charges you for WI-FI it could work out cheaper and more convenient to hire a portable Wi-Fi device. A portable Wi-Fi device is a small device that fits in your pocket and gives you high-speed internet access not only in your hotel, but when you are out and about in any part of the city. The other advantage of hiring a portable Wi-Fi device is that you can share this with up to 10 people in your group at no additional charge. The only requirement is that each user remain within 15 metres of the person who has the device.

The pocket Wi-Fi will give you high-speed internet access of up to 7.2 Mbps download speed and gives you unlimited bandwidth. The device has a rechargeable battery that lasts up to 8 hours on a single charge and comes with a rapid wall charger to recharge when you are back at your hotel. You have the option to charge the device either by USB or wall charger. The portable Wi-Fi is a small device that fits in your pocket and once paired up with your mobile devices gives you and up to 10 members of your group full Wi-Fi access whilst you are out and about in the city centre.

A pocket Wi-Fi device can work out cheaper than buying separate SIM cards for each mobile that you have in your group. You only need one portable Wi-Fi to service up to 10 devices. The range of the device is up to 15 metres which means that people in your group can wander off up to 15 metres away from the person that has the device and they all still enjoy full internet access on their mobile devices.

The Pocket Wi-Fi is a rental device that you rent for the number of days that you require it. You will need to return it by the specified date, if not then they will make a charge to your credit card for not returning the device on time.

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