English Such a loss of money for hotel wifi

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Zilex
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Hello.
So i rented a hotel for vacation (10 days nothing more..)
They mentioned that they have Wifi , so i decided to buy it.
It was only 20$..
I started using their internet for about 1 day then it went down and they said "Technical problems.." so i didn't had any choice except to bring up my phone.
And start a wifi hotspot..
I connected to it , released , renewed , all'd and flushed the dns. But i just had internet for like 5 minutes then it just lost internet..Then i cleared the winsock using netsh command on windows.
After the restart the internet was all good..
The 5 minute problem was gone.
And there am i paying less than 30 cents for 5mbp/s unlimited wifi per month.
So if you need a hotel with wifi but you cant find any all you need is a computer running windows , a phone with wifi hotspot feature and unlimited wifi ..Then you just start it and execute a few commands in cmd.
5 out of 20$ were for the non-functional internet.
Such a loss of money when you can bring the internet WHERE EVER you are at any time.
Screw hotel wifi anyways.
You can have a cute little phone next to you that offers you free wifi connection UNDER 30 cents per month (well for me its under 30 cents).
Goodnight.
11.08.14 03:03:02 am
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Starkkz
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I'm a bit confused, did you mean unlimited internet from your phone plan?
lol
11.08.14 07:29:13 am
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SaZ Dice
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he mean, the capacity is unlimited, so he can download anything...
11.08.14 04:47:08 pm
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Ahmad
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why didnt u take ur money back?
11.08.14 05:16:30 pm
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Yates
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Better crack WiFi passwords anyway..
11.08.14 07:55:22 pm
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Ahmad
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@user Yates: well afaik you'd need linux for that unless it's 'web' encryption which is rarely used anymore, also linux can be installed on android phones.

Attention: the text above is meant for educational purposes only, so bite me.
11.08.14 08:17:06 pm
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ohaz
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@user Ahmad: Android is a Linux OS, it's based on the Linux Kernel.
https://ohaz.engineer - Software Engineering
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