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Magellan's — Their Globetrotter II kit includes 38 of the world's most popular phone and electrical adaptors all in a convenient carrying pouch.

Be prepared for nearly anything with this kit!




New Dock (Key West, Florida) Is The Ultimate Place for Work and Surf!

At the Hyatt Key West Resort & Marina, guests can access the internet dockside with T-Mobile’s new WiFi service.

Take a seat on one of the dock’s new plush chaise lounges and surf until dark — or later — because the dock is illuminated at night.

WiFi service is also available in any guestroom or public area on the property. The service is $9.95 per day with special rates for long term reservations. Month to month and annual plans are transferable around the world too!

For reservations, call: (800) 55-HYATT or click: keywest.hyatt.com






Hotspot Finder — Type in a zip code, location type (i.e. airport, golf course, health club), "pay/free/both" service provider and get a list of hotspots within a mile radius.




Wifinder.com — Find Public Access Wi-Fi Hotspots around the world. Search via a variety of parameters.






Web Access at Truck Stops:

Many now offer Internet cafe-style kiosks. (Typical cost: 20 cents a minute.)

Truckstops.com — Search for location by highway, state or travel direction. (Free list of six stops when you sign in as guest.)






Wi-Fi Alliance — is a nonprofit international association formed in 1999 to certify interoperability of wireless Local Area Network products based on IEEE 802.11 specification.

Currently the Wi-Fi Alliance has 205 member companies from around the world, and 915 products have received Wi-Fi® certification since certification began in March of 2005.




Wi-Fi-FreeSpot Directory — provides a listing of business locations like cafes, restaurants, coffeeshops, hotels, airports, downtown business districts, malls, retail stores, etc.





Net-roamer
— saves world travelers up to 75% on International Internet Access charges!

Access the Internet from anywhere in the world through a local call:

— while keeping your email address

— without changing your ISP

— at a reasonable cost per minute

— through user friendly point and click software

Net-roamer now offers:

— roaming for Laptops, MACs and most PDAs

— connections with analog dial up, ISDN dial up and Wireless Broadband

Subscribe to the Net-roamer or PDA-roaming services and try the service FREE for the first half hour!

Net-roamer now offers Internet Access worldwide through dial-up local numbers, ISDN and Broadband — Wired in Hotels and wireless in airports and other public locations.

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