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Filip moved to the countryside but wants to stay online:
Filip moved to a remote part of the countryside and wanted to get internet connection in his new house. Several companies refused him first, claiming that their network doesn’t cover the area where he lives. But he managed to find out who the universal service provider in his country was. He contacted them and got internet connection to his house.
Laura is choosing new connection:
Laura wanted to get internet connection to her house but didn’t know which quality either of the service packages brings. Luckily all the internet providers gave detailed information about their services on their web pages. Laura also managed to get extra information from the national regulatory authorities for electronic communication.
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Eva came to Prague and needs to get online for free:
Eva found the nearest branch of the municipal library in Prague which offers free internet connection both for its members and visitors.