Wi-Fi Hotspots At Greenville Public Library

Need some Wi-Fi service for a week? Check out the Greenville Public Library.

Jo Keillor, library director, says the new service allows library patrons to check out a Wi-Fi hotspot, a device that allows you to have Wi-Fi wherever Sprint provides coverage. The library has 5 hotspots that you can check out for a week. There’s a limit of one per household per month. They can be checked out for a week, with no renewals.

The late fee for hotspots is $5 per day and after 3 days, the service is cut off to the hotspot and the user will be charged $200, since the equipment is costly to replace.

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Keillor is happy to offer the service to library users.

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Hotspots are available free of charge, however the person checking one out must have a library card.

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