Wireless internet at Shades of Green?

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  1. MichelleVW

    MichelleVW <font color=green>I call them "the people that liv

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    Anyone know if I can get wireless internet in the rooms at Shades of Green?
     
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  3. lost*in*cyberspace

    lost*in*cyberspace DIS Veteran

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    Apparently you can now get high speed internet access in the rooms which costs $9.00 per day (at least according to one review I found on the web). I do not know if it is wireless or not; why not call them?
     
  4. pixiepower1971

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    I believe there were some hot spots around the resort(lobby, pool area, etc.) I don't think the rooms had wireless but they may have ugraded that.
     
  5. MichelleVW

    MichelleVW <font color=green>I call them "the people that liv

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    9 bucks a day is fine...and I don't care if it's wireless or not really, just as long as I have it!!!

    I tried to call them a few times and I'm always put on hold forever so I figured someone on here might know...
     
  6. wiggles02

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    There is are a few wireless hotspots (in the lobby) and I think you can get high speed in the rooms. There are also a couple of kiosks that you can sign in on. I think it was $6.95 for 15 minutes (near the front desk). We were there last week. It was great. Have a wonderful time!
     
  7. Sleepy

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    I can speak for our experiences last July. There is wireless available in the rooms, but unfortunately most rooms have a signal block. We were told the lobby was where we could get signal and that is where we saw those with laptops. THe service was $6.95 for a full 24 hours. So, it did not matter what time of day you signed up for it, you had it for the next full 24 hours. I did hear from a person at the Evergreens pool that the small deck right outside the entrance of the restaurant/take out (which is also designated a smoking area) is another place where he heard someone got signal. I never tried it, so I can't verify it.
     

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