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    The Radisson, in the high rise, Palm beach area, had complimentary desktop computers in their business center. At this time they have wifi in their lobby and are scheduled to install in-room wifi in the near future. As of right now, all the resort's rooms are hard wired.

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    If you are staying at the Amsterdam Manor the Internet is FREE. They also have at least 3 computers for guests to use for FREE.
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    If you have a smart phone (droid, iPhone, blackberry), you can add the international plan for $30 for 50mb for the month. It's prorated so you can add the plan and cancel after two weeks and you only get charged for the time you had it. As long as you are not downloading large files, 50mb should be more than sufficient for email.

    Aruba uses CDMA technology so any phone that works in the US will work in Aruba. Voice cell calls are still expensive though.

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    which carrier provides this 50 mb plan for $30?

    Quote Originally Posted by dfranklin View Post
    If you have a smart phone (droid, iPhone, blackberry), you can add the international plan for $30 for 50mb for the month. It's prorated so you can add the plan and cancel after two weeks and you only get charged for the time you had it. As long as you are not downloading large files, 50mb should be more than sufficient for email.

    Aruba uses CDMA technology so any phone that works in the US will work in Aruba. Voice cell calls are still expensive though.

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    this post sounds a lot like an advertisement. bring your US smartphone, do what you need to and get back to loving Aruba.

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    It cracks me up when I see eyes glued to computer screens and mobile devices whether on the beach or at a wifi spot on Aruba . . . isn't the point of being in such a beautiful paradise precisely NOT to do that? LOL
    Michael

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