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Avis Car Rental now rents out WiFi devices at 7 German airports

Excerpt from Breaking Travel News

Aug 01, 2012 9:09 am

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The hassle of finding Internet while on the road is turning into profit for the travel industry, as companies come up with more ways to provide and charge for Internet.

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Avis Car Rental announced the availability of portable wireless network devices for rent at seven airport locations in Germany.

The Wi-Fi devices allow car rental customers to simultaneously connect up to five mobile devices, including laptops, smartphones, tablets and even video game consoles. For just €8.50 per day, customers can conveniently and affordably access emails, documents and the Internet when traveling.

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