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Ouch! -The cost of using the www in Europe

A study has analysed the cost of the internet across top European travel destinations, including London, Edinburgh, Dublin, Paris, Munich, Berlin, Barcelona, Madrid, Ibiza, Rome and Amsterdam.

It was conducted by offline web technology firm Webaroo, which has produced free software claiming to allow people to search and browse web content on their laptop or handheld when they have no internet connection.

Wi-fi use and internet cafes may not be as inexpensive as you think. Hotels and airports can be really pricey. Read the resuls of the survey, reported in Travelmole, here.

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