I’ve been in Mexico for the past several days and have not yet, come across one WiFi spot. I’m sure there are hotspots but I’m probably not in a place where one is located. I was a bit worried that I would not have easy access to email or the web, HOWEVER, Earthlink has local dial-up numbers around the world and I was able to log on just fine.
My first stop in Mexico was in Reynosa and the dial-up number was not working – it kept asking fro my login and user name. However, in Monterey the local dial-up number worked just fine.
I tried to connect with a local business professional from the Company of Friend’s Monterey Group but our schedules did not permit it. I was hoping to hook up with an HP customer but that was not able to work out either.
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