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Chapter Three. At Your Destination > Connecting via Dial-up Modem

Connecting via Dial-up Modem

When all else fails, you might need to dial up to the Internet the old-fashioned way: by connecting your built-in modem to a phone cable that's plugged into a phone jack or the data port on the side of your room telephone.

You should bring your Internet Service Provider's (ISP) local, toll-free, or Internet dial-up numbers that you'll need to use while you're on the road. Be aware that most ISPs will charge an additional roaming fee to use these numbers. And, if you're staying at a hotel, you'll probably be charged additional dialing fees even for local calls.


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