Free Wifi Everywhere (Almost)
Only the luxury hotels charge for it.
It’s fair to say that you will have free Wifi available to you at least a few hours each day. Some travelers find this completely sufficient for their needs. The connection and its speed may vary, but you’ll have the opportunity to connect, and the price is the best: free!
You may have to ask your hotel or restaurant staff for the Wifi password (Wifi şifre, VEE-fee SHEEF-reh) to access their system.
Use Your Hotel’s Computer
Most hotels, inns, pensions and hostels also have anInternet-connected computer for the use of guests who have not brought their own; or the owner will allow you to use an office computer.
You can rent a Turkish mobile Wifi hotspot and have your own private connection to the Internet available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, wherever you are. Using apps on your laptop or tablet computer, or smartphone, you can make voice calls, send and receive email and text messages, and browse the Web. You pay a set fee per day for the mobile Wifi Hotspot, so you avoid the danger of high mobile phone roaming costs. More…
Protect Personal Information
on Public Computers!
If you use a public computer, remember that it may store personal information such as usernames and passwords. It’s best not to access highly sensitive servers such as banks or financial institutions from public computers.
At the very least, close any browser windows after use.
No matter how you access the Internet while traveling, you should consider using a Virtual Private Network (VPN) to prevent hackers from stealing your sensitive information such as usernames, passwords, credit card and bank account details, etc.
—by Tom Brosnahan
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