Wouldn’t it be great if you could access WiFi anytime and anywhere you want? Check out a WiFi hotspot at the library! A WiFi hotspot is a device that you can use to connect a mobile-enabled device, such as a laptop, smartphone or tablet, to the Internet. The hotspot is portable, so it goes where you go – on the bus, in a park or at home. It’s perfect for business and leisure travel, too. With the hotspot, users no longer have to contend with roaming charges and spotty internet access while on the road. Of course, borrowing and using the hotspot is free!
You may borrow one WiFi hotspot at a time, which can support up to 10 WiFi enabled devices. The hotspots go out for one week and cannot be renewed. Stop into the library to either pick up a hotspot, if available, or put yourself on the waiting list to receive one later. Like other library items, the hotspots are available on a first-come, first-serve basis and will be lent out in the order in which they are requested. At this time, hotspots cannot be placed on hold from other libraries nor transferred to other libraries through delivery. Hotspots must be returned during regular business hours.
Wifi hotspots are just another way that the library is connecting people to the digital world!