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wireless hotspot

Hello All, i have a wireless unlimited network experience and based on this someone just offered a contract to setup a hotspot wireless with 100 users. The issue is that i don't have any experience on hotspot....

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Re: hotspot

Do you need a hotspot for 100 users? Personally, I don't.

And are you sure your existing personal contract for your wireless device allows commercial use like this?

Post was last edited on July 10, 2019 1:00 AM PDT

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You can buy most of them on low monthly installments with a qualifying data plan.A standalone Wi-Fi hotspot requires a data plan from the carrier of your choice, and plan prices vary depending on the amount of data you choose. That is, unless you choose a pay-as-you-go hotspot.

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