Where do you WiFi in Italy

Being connected is important tool of us. We are on vacation but we want to be connected to:

  • Stay in touch with the office
  • Check on an illness in the family
  • Facebook, text or email your status to family & friends
  • Keep up with your texts and emails so you don’t return home to hundreds of unread items

We typically have caffè at a local bar with free WiFi. We can spend a little time over breakfast catching up and telling everyone what we are doing. Jo Anne is in sales and sometimes needs to keep in touch with customers. In this case we either buy a data plan from our provider or rent a WiFi box in Italy. One such company is Witourist. The box comes in 3G and 4G versions. It allows up to 5 devices to connect to its WiFi signal.

If you have economical ways to stay connected in Europe let us know.

George & Jo Anne

 

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