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    Premier Inn Free Wifi

    Any one familiar with Premier Inn wifi, does Premier Inn have a website you need to log onto?

    Thanks in advance.

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    The free one is painfully slow.... it was through a simple registration page yes, but i always end up using cellular data.

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    Yes simple registration but 4G is much quicker. The free one isnít enough to stream Netflix


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    If youíre there more than a day or 2 I find itís worth paying the £15 for 7 day access (3 devices) as the free one is pants for anything more than basic browsing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mj2k View Post
    Yes simple registration but 4G is much quicker. The free one isn’t enough to stream my choice of porn


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    It's just a matter of time...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Omegamanic View Post
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    Haha wanted to finish Breaking Bad which has taken me years. New contract saw me at a premier inn once/twice a week & thought it was the perfect chance to complete it.

    Found it hard to believe that in this day & age something the speed of dial up was acceptable anywhere. Ended up working on a presentation instead - perfect evening after a dinner for one in a restaurant.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Mj2k View Post
    Haha wanted to finish Breaking Bad which has taken me years. New contract saw me at a premier inn once/twice a week & thought it was the perfect chance to complete it.
    What I don't understand about this is how it's taken so long to finish watching Breaking Bad?

    I started it on a Tuesday night and was finished by Thursday night, and it then took me until Sunday to recover. Just the best TV series ever produced.

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    Stayed in one in shoreditch once for a week, the other half was in hospital having a neurological op. Paid extra for the snazzy WiFi, it was still crap...

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    As previously said generally poor better with mobile especially if you have a 4g signal .John

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    Quote Originally Posted by Onelasttime View Post
    What I don't understand about this is how it's taken so long to finish watching Breaking Bad?

    I started it on a Tuesday night and was finished by Thursday night, and it then took me until Sunday to recover. Just the best TV series ever produced.
    My wife didnít enjoy it & therefore never really got the time to watch it in the same way we usually plough through box sets, just the odd hour here & there, the odd episode rewatched as had been too long to recall what had happened. Sad but true!


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    Premier Inn Free Wifi

    There is a pay for WiFi available too, I think is was £5 a day and promised much faster performance.


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    Was in one this weekend. Free Wi-fi was OK except at peak times when it was a bit slow. What they call ďUltimate Wi-fi ď is also available- £5 per day iirc.

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    Crap when I last stayed in one down South. At times I couldn't even get on-line in the room and had to go to reception to connect. Having said that, many hotels at home and abroad have poor internet speeds and coverage in my experience. It is a pleasant surprise when I do get a good service.

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