wifi issue

Discussion in 'Mobile Web Development' started by Collateral47, Mar 30, 2008.

  1. Collateral47

    Collateral47 New Member

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    ok I'm on vacation with my family in a hotel and want to connect to the Internet to see what's in the area and try to connect. Wayport access shows up wanting to charge 10 bucks per connection! Is there a way to bypass this at all, like a URL to type in or something through installer. I'm connected and can still type in adresses but am automatically redirected to the wayport site. Your help would be appreciated so my family can find some cool places. Thanks.
  2. twindragons

    twindragons Banned

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    u can threatened the manager at the hotel. and then maybe he will give u the password.it works for me like a charm everytime.

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  3. twindragons

    twindragons Banned

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    ps: if cant use the internet,then how the fcuk are u on this site then??
  4. Max

    Max New Member

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    Watch your language, you come of as veeerry rude!
  5. ElectricBuffalo

    ElectricBuffalo New Member

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    call me a party pooper, but honestly i think this is in the wrong section altogether... considering it has little or nothing to do with iPod Touch Web Development... lol
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    BigMac45 New Member

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    hah...
  7. Collateral47

    Collateral47 New Member

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    I placed this here because I thought perhaps a web application through installer was used as a bypass. That would be the most rational approach. I'll pardon the rude comment, I'm at a local its a grind in the area.

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