Wireless Internet?

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  1. Holly

    Holly Enthusiast Registered Member

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    Does GP have free wireless?
    Daily rate?
    Weekly rate?

    I just need to check the occassional email from work on my I Phone.

    Thanks!
     
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    We just returned from there. Wireless is available at $15.00 for a 24 hour period. You can signed up and pay by credit card, as I did, from the home screen that will come up on your browser, once connected.

    The signal is best outdoors or at least close to the window of your room.

    FYI, the check in staff weren't aware of this option. They had directed me to computers in the lobby that you can use at hourly rates or a wireless pass card dispenser ( gives you a pin number) nearby for the 24 hr option at the same $15.00 rate.
     
  3. Holly

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    Hey Brewster,

    Thanks for the detailed response. That is exactly what I needed to know.

    Cheers!
     
  4. CancunRon

    CancunRon Newbie Registered Member

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    Wireless Internet

    Hi Holly.

    I just came back.

    FYI, you can get five days for $60. The signal strength was best on the end of the hotel opposite the Sumo restaurant (near the internet kiosk and near the excursion counters).

    I was able to maintain a connection most of the time and the speed was pretty good....2MB/s down and up.

    Have Fun!!
     
  5. Holly

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    Thanks Ron!

    I can't believe that Verizon wants $30 for 100 MB and $5 for each MB after that.
     
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    Your welcome Holly. I just posted a review based on my visit last week. Let me know if you have any other questions.