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    I'm going to be going to the Carribean on vacation in two weeks. Unfortunately I will have to bring my laptop with me for communication with my office The hotel I'm staying in (in Lucaya, Bahamas) has a data port in the room but I will need a phone number to call to connect to the internet to get my office email to see if I need to dial into our network. Does anyone know where I can find out access phone numbers for outside the US?
    Jonathan
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    You still need an ISP. To my knowledge only ATT Globalnet and AOL can assure outside US local dialup. Check them out. ATT offers a 30 day test offer foe free which you could probably use for the short time outside the US.
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    to me, "data port" implies a network connection. they must mean a non digital phone line.
    Felipe
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    Originally posted by Felipe
    to me, "data port" implies a network connection. they must mean a non digital phone line.
    In Hotelspeak, 'data port' almost always means a port on the side of an existing telephone to which a standard analog modem can be connected. That's because 'data port' is what's printed on the phones.
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