Haven WIFI charges

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  1. karalal

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    We are in weymouth at the moment staying on a haven site in littlesea
    Reading through the site information

    "Haven Wi fi is available throuhout the site for a moderate extra charge"
    How moderate does this sound
    1 hour £5
    1 day £10.00
    3 days £20.00
     
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    Obscenely moderate.
     
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    Hope your useing your Dongle:RollEyes:
     
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    Gold plated, what a rip off:Eeek:
     
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    Market rates because the systems in use are built for company employees on the road rather than the general public on holiday.

    As Carol mentions, dongle is the way to go :Smile:

    Graham
     
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    orange dongle £4.86 a month
     
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    My sistter recently stayed in a Premier Inn where wi-fi also cost £5 per hour. Normally she has no problem getting on-line using her O2 dongle but inside the Premier Inn she could get no signal. Can an hotel's system block other signals to make you use the hotels wi-fi?
     
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    I'd pay it, to a get a fix of Fun:BigGrin:
     
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    Rip Off!!!

    What a rip off!:Eeek:

    Recently bought a Vodafone pay-as-as-you-go dongle with £15 credit already on it for £34

    It is ok for 180 days, unlike most of the other which expire after merely 30!

    get pretty good download speeds even when it can't find a 3g network.
     
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    Not a lot of difference from Caravan Club charges...

    it's opperated by KeZone™ - Hotspot Directory
    so it's perhaps the same and outside their control .. ?

    Wi-Fi prices

    1 hour - £5 (Valid for use over 72 hours from first log in)
    4 hours - £8 (Valid for use over 92 hours from first log in)
    7 days - £20
    30 days - £33
     
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    after picking myself off the floor i think id saying no thank you:Eeek:
     
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    I have a contract with O2 on my phone and pay £6.50 per month unlimited broadband - speed varies depending on location but think I will stick with this ta
     
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    And to think we offer it for free !!! :Doh:

    No wonder I am useless at business :cry:
     
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    Its a rip off like many things in Britain.

    I am currently in a campsite in Javea Spain where the WIFI charges are 60c per day - yes 60 cents per 24 hours. Whilst on this trip I have seen charges as high as 4€ per hour, but equally often they are completely free.

    I will not pay £4 or 5 per hour to the caravan club or similar, there can be no justification.
     
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    Which site in Javea are you staying on I like that area used to use a villa in Orba and visit Javea a lot. Used to be a real good cheap restraunt but name escapes me oysters or somthing like.
     
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    The restaraunt is called Scollops
     
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    Thats the one I am a big fan but to be honest never had a bad meal in that area
     
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    You got it....Scallops it is.

    And very reasonable they are too.:thumb::drink::drink:
     
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    A decent 3 course meal for about 6 euros and a bottle of wine EACH included :thumb: :thumb:

    Coffee & brandy for 1euro. I once asked how much was the coffee without the brandy as I was driving .....they said 96c , we're not allowed to give it away :Rofl1::Rofl1:
     
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