WiFi in my hotel room in Copenhagen has been around 45 Mbps and one of the main reasons why I have not had to suffer the slow speeds that come with Verizon roaming. I never thought I would say this, but there are advantages to AT&T especially when traveling overseas!
Back to WiFi — this is free and one should see similar speeds and performance from hotel networks in the US. That said, I would love to be back on my 200 Mbps network at home!
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Should bring this up once, anyway, Om. Consider what provisions are made for security for your home when you are very publicly “away” like this. On one hand, folks who appreciate the thoughts and opinions of Om relish extension of your insight to travel, the world of elsewhere, in addition to your usual context. OTOH, there are scumbags on Earth who troll the Web looking to see who’s going to be away from home – because they are thieves.
The usual advice is don’t post about travels till you are back home. I don’t think that’s a fit for you. Still, the topic is one to consider. Sadly.
Great points. I shall have to ponder on that. 🙂
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