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There is a booth at the arrival terminal of Istanbul Atatürk Airport. The company called IUGO. They are renting wifi modems, smartphones, tablets and GPS Navigators. Daily rent prices are approximately 3,9 Euro.
The short answer is, you can't. If you're in Poland, you'll be connecting to the Internet through an IP address known to correspond to Poland, and this is what services what Netflix use to geolocate where you are and block accordingly. What you can do, though, is proxy your traffic: you send it all over to another machine in your target country, in this ...
My latest technique is to get any connection, and then use Instabridge - a free app for Android, that does two very important things: Shows where open wifi is (including password-protected ones which have been crowdsourced - e.g. a kind soul has added his home wifi to the list). This is displayed on a map. For most of the access points shown, a tested ...
Tesco's broadband only SIMs are for tablets. If you get a pay-as-you-go mobile phone SIM and top-up by €15 a month you get: unlimited calls to RoI mobiles and landlines, free texts to other Tesco Ireland mobiles, 250 webtexts (which can be sent from their mobile app), 5GB of data (an add-on which costs €10 a month) and have €5 left for texts to other ...
Short answer, yes. You will not have a problem using Malaysian cellular internet for Google Maps, e-mail, web browsing, etc. Longer answer, the mobile networks are reliable enough that you should be able to use a prepaid cell phone for voice and data in most areas. Just like many countries, there are places you will not get reception such as jungles and ...
There is a local company called Rent 'n Connect but as far i know they have no booth at Ataturk Airport however they provide delivering to your hotel and pick up from there. And also they are working with Sabiha Gokcen Airport (booth). Hope it helps you and other travellers.
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