Off topic: Any "foneros" about?
Thread poster: Anjo Sterringa
| | Natalia Zudaire
Local time: 14:22
English to Spanish
be a "fonera", but I cannot get hold of one of these routers. They have been having problems inporting them to Argentina.
I think it is a great idea, and it has built-in security measures. You can even handle the bandwith you want to share.
[Edited at 2006-11-04 18:36]
| | Heinrich Pesch
Local time: 20:22
Finnish to German
As it happened this morning's newpaper had a small story about this Fon.
I just wonder who would benefit if I would join this community. In the 5-story appartement house I live in there are already at least three open Wlan-broadband connections (including mine). So if you happen to use our elevator please feel free to connect!
I haven't got around to put a password to my wireless modem, and I wonder what's the use of it.
When travelling you can use Wlan-networks in most cities on the run, but I don't carry my computer with me.
Eventually there will be Wlan-mobile phones, only then it makes sense to me.
| | TransAction
Local time: 19:22
English to Dutch
I recently installed a fon router (fonero) at home and at my office, so you can now find me on www.maps.fon.com in Harderwijk, The Netherlands.
It is an interesting development, since now the new mobile phones are wifi-ready (e.g. E-Ten 500x).
And it is a cheap way to get wireless internet at home.
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