Wifi in holiday apartments in Spain

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    Have you rented an apartment to spend your holidays in Spain? Unlike hotels, most of the apartments for tourists in Spain do not provide internet service, as their owners, who often rent these accommodations only during summer months, do not find profitable to pay for internet.


    A holiday apartment is a good choice if you travel to Spain due to the comfort offered in terms of equipment, but mainly due to the affordable price. However, this choice for your trip to Spain does not provide services that tourists can require during their holidays in Spain, for instance, a wifi internet service that offers added value to guests who may need it.

     rent mifi in spain and stay connected to internet

     If you decide to travel to Spain and you chose to rent an apartment, we suggest you also rent your internet connection through AlldayInternetSpain. This is a cutting-edge wifi service for foreign tourists in Spain, it is very handy and simple to use, for only 5 euros a day; forgetting the expensive roaming charges. With AlldayInternetSpainMifi you can connect up to 5 devices (laptops, tablets, iPhones, androids, psps, eBooks…) or share wireless wifi connection with up to 5 people. The following linkenlace explains the functioning of this internet service for tourists in apartments to let in Spain

    How does AlldayInternetSpain work in holiday apartments?

    Have we persuaded you? You can book it onlineenlace following a few very simple steps. You will receive your wireless wifi in your holiday apartment upon your arrival and you will only have to leave it in the closest mailbox in your way home. Unlike when the AlldayInternetSpainwifi package is sent to the hotel, where it is stored in the reception desk, in a holiday apartment it is your responsibility to pick up the package. If you are out of the apartment when the package arrives, you will have to collect it at the closest post office and you will be able to track it through our app.

    IPhone - https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/alldayinternet/id607603248?mt=8/enlace

    Android- https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.alldayinternet.alldayinternet&hl=esenlace


    Find the best apartments to let in Spain:

    We have just answered your questions about how to have wifi during your holidays to Spain; now we provide a selection of companies where you will find the ideal apartment for your holidays:

    Ok Apartmentenlace
    – Apartaments in Barcelona, Costa Brava, Sitges, Madrid.

    Real StateAlmuñecarenlace – Apartaments in Almuñecar, Granada.

    Spain Propertyenlace – Apartaments in Malaga, Granada, Almeria, Murcia, Canary and Balearic Islands.

    Marbella Eyeenlace – Vacationalrent in Marbella y Costa del sol.

    A spanishlifeenlace – Apartaments tol et in Costa Maresme, Costa Almeria, Girona, Murcia, Cadiz and Huelva, Malaga, Tarragona, Granada and islands... 

    Holidays Villas Spainenlace – Apartaments in Alicante, Malaga, Salou, Benidorm, Palma, San Antonio, La Manga, Tenerife, Torrevieja, Lloret de mar, Valencia…

    Mijas Real Stateenlace – Alicante, costa Azahar, Costa de la Luz, Costa Tropical, Ibiza…



    Wifi internet in and out your holiday apartment

    Our internet service for travelers to Spain offers the possibility of keeping connected to internet 24/7, at your holiday apartment and during your tourist visits because you will be able to always carry your wireless, small and light wifi. So you can use your favorite social networks, make phone calls via Skype, Viber, be well-informed about your current and future tourist locations, organize your trip with the help of online tourist guides. Wikipedia and google maps, all that with a 3G connection and a coverage of 95% of the Spanish territory.

    rent mifi in spain and stay connected to internet


    Did you know that nowadays renting a holiday apartment in Spain is 5, 4% cheaper than in 2012? You have done a good choice for your trip! Where are you planning on renting the apartment? Tell us!

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    Julio R. Astarloa

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