What is a WiFi Hotspot?

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What is a WiFi Hotspot

A WiFi hotspot is a location where you can use your Wi-Fi compatible devices to connect to the Internet. It is a wireless access point that provides Internet access to devices that are within range of the hotspot signal. A hotspot can be created using a smartphone, tablet, or dedicated hotspot device. Most modern smartphones have a hotspot mode, but cellular modems and Wi-Fi hotspots have historically been your best and most flexible option if you have a lot of devices that need web access when outdoors or in other non-connected areas. Hotspots can connect more than just laptops to the web. They also work with tablets, cameras, and pretty much any other Wi-Fi-enabled gadgets. Hotspots support more devices (10 to 30) at one time than your phone’s hotspot mode (5 to 10), don’t drain your phone’s battery, and can hook up with the better antennas in your phone. Hotspots are available from various brands, including T-Mobile, Walmart, Best Buy, Cisco, and Straight Talk, among others.


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