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Adventures in high speed hotel Internet use

Traveling a lot. I often use the Telus Mobility Velocity wireless service, so that I’ve got an Internet connection anywhere I can do a cellular call. But I’ve also been in quite a few Westin’s and Fairmont’s that feature in room Ethernet — so I’ve been using that too.

Fascinating experience — the Fairmont is a piece of cake, plug in, click and agree to the fee, and you are online. The Westin!? Aiiieee! You have to call the front desk to get a user ID and password — I can just imagine all the transcription errors that are happening as people write this stuff down.

Clearly hotels are moving in this direction, but there is going to be lots of fun and challenges along the way as they put it in place.

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