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March 24, 2008

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celena nicholson

where can i find this in huston texas and how much the stay and does it look like that

Andy

I could almost tear my hair out. Sure Motel 6 SAYS they have WiFi, but it's not all it's cracked up to be. After an hour of trying to get the Motel 6 access page, I finally tried another WiFi showing on the network screen of my laptop and now I'm typing this complaint courtesy of Best Westerns server, because theirs works fine.

I don't mind paying $2.99 a night for WiFi access, but it sure is frustrating when it doesn't work.

Perth Hotels

When I travel I usually bring my laptop and the one thing that bugs me though is when I stay at a motel they don't have WiFi.

New York hotel

In these days can't imagine a hotel without WiFi. Every time I order a hotel on ECT I'm getting it for free.

Alden Macrae

I'm in a Motel 6 right now, and its Wifi costs $3 per 24 hours, and it doesn't work very well. Took me ages to connect with my Mac laptop, and neither I nor my friends in the next room (who're on a PC) can do much, it's so slow. Watching a YouTube video or checking webmail is pretty much impossible.

The new rooms *look* nice, but I'd still rather have working Wifi than IKEA-esque room decor.

g0b0ts

I travel around the U.S. 365 days a year. I try to stay in cheaper hotels like Motel 6 & Super 8. 9 times out of 10, IF they have WiFi, it is so bad that I get better using my cell as a modem.

Just because a hotel offers WiFi, does not mean it actually works.

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