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    WIFI at Divi Dutch Village

    Good Morning everyone.
    New to the forum and love reading all the great information posted.

    I booked the Tamarijn all inclusive suite option at the Divi Dutch Village, and when I called the Tam about the WIFI service at the Dutch Village, was told it is not the same service as the Tam and the Divi.

    Wondering if anyone has recently stayed at the Dutch Village and knows about the WIFI service.

    We arrive this Friday and any information will be greatly appreciated.

    Thanks.

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    WIFI At Divi Dutch Village

    Hello. I believe WIFI service is available at the Dutch Village. You should be able to purchase the access at the Tamarijn front desk.

    Enjoy your trip!

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    Senior Member Arubalisa's Avatar
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    I had this handout from the Tam http://www.arubabound.com/photos/htl/tam/divi_resorts_wireless.jpg
    It does not say specifically where you can get it, but if you cannot get it from the Dutch Village, you could probably use it in the lobby of the Tam or bar or pool areas.


    Anyone know how the connection has been working lately. It worked terrific at the Tam at Christmas, but I read recently a guest at the Divi Village had a real tough time connecting at all.

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    Setar Pre-paid Wifi Access

    I don't know what the hotels are charging but I had a great experience using Setar's pre-paid wifi cards. Go to any Setar location (there's one near the hi-rises), get a pre-paid card and follow the directions on the card. Connecting was easy and you can see all of the island's wifi spots here: http://www.wifi-aruba.com/hotspots.php

    I can't remember exactly what I paid but for a full week's access it was like $30. Not bad.

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    Some hotels also sell the Setar cards. I get one every year from the Costa Linda front desk. It costs $35 for the week or $10/day. I have been using it from my room for the past few years, and it works great.
    Dom
    First visited Aruba in 1972

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    Fully price list on this page.

    Have Fun, Pete

    http://www.wifi-aruba.com/index.html

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    Senior Member Arubalisa's Avatar
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    Just as a point of info, according to the http://www.wifi-aruba.com/hotspots.php list, none of the Divi properties are available. The Divi has their own network.

    WIFI Aruba is cheaper, but if you were staying at Divi Village, unless someone can find it listed on WIFI Aruba's website, you would need to travel to a hotspot listed on http://www.wifi-aruba.com/hotspots.php. I guess Certified Mega Mall would be one of the closer ones.

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    Well, I was going to keep this a secret. While at the Tam, with our wireless card we use at home(actually my daughters lap-top) we were able to get on to the Wifi at the Dive Dutch. That being said, it was very spotty. Seemed to work best late night. It worked enough for my daughter to IM some of her friends a couple times, and for me to check a few things. If I had to pay for what I got , I would not have been happy. That being said, I got what I paid for

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