Do internet sticks work anywhere?
When activated on a Rogers monthly or Flex Rate plan, you can use your mobile internet stick, mobile hotspot, tablet or laptop with wireless internet built-in to connect to the internet across Canada over the Rogers wireless network, plus in over 210 countries around the world.
Can you get internet on a stick?
Using a Wi-Fi dongle is simple, just plug the Wi-Fi stick into the computer or mobile phone and immediately connect to the internet. There are dongle Wi-Fi sticks for laptops as well as phone dongles, both of which function the same to provide an internet connection.
How can I get internet access anywhere?
- Open your Settings.
- Tap on Wireless & networks.
- Select Tethering & portable hotspot.
- Tap on Portable Wi-Fi hotspot.
- Set up a strong password and slide the bar to turn it on.
How do I use my ZTE internet stick?
Using the ZTE USB modem with AutoPlay enabled
- Insert the ZTE USB modem into the USB port. AutoPlay displays the following dialog:
- Click on the Run autorun.exe link.
- Click on the Yes button.
- Click on the centre button in the middle of the dialog to connect to the Internet.
Do you have to pay monthly for portable Wi-Fi?
Usually, portable Wi-Fi offers monthly, quarterly, half-yearly, and yearly plans for billing. In some cases, the internet provider may allow you a speed up to the data limit assigned to you and to continue the usage, another recharge will be required.
Does Telus have hotspots?
Learn about #TELUS hotspots TELUS Wi-Fi is a free service offered at select locations such as stadiums, airports, cafes, restaurants, and shopping malls. To find the nearest TELUS Wi-Fi public hotspot, simply use this locator tool: TELUS Wi-Fi Finder or the My TELUS app.
Do I need a phone line for Internet?
You don’t need a phone line in order to get Internet service. In fact, most cable companies offer Internet service by hooking up the coaxial cable line to a special cable modem. Most cable companies offer free installation and even provide cable modems and wireless routers for a small fee.