December 13 – Library System Unveils Circulating Wi-Fi Hotspots for Check-Out

 

Sequoyah Regional Library System (SRLS) users can now borrow mobile Wi-Fi hotspots with their library card to use at home, for school, or in the office. Individuals, students, and families may check out a mobile hotspot to connect their device to the internet almost anywhere, at no cost. Mobile Wi-Fi Hotspots must be checked out by a library card holder aged 18 or older. This program is partially assisted by the Emergency Connectivity Fund.

 

Mobile Wi-Fi hotspots are part of the Sequoyah Regional Library System’s Library of Things, a collection of non-traditional library items which include Google Chromebooks and other circulating technology. To borrow a mobile hotspot, visit the front service desk of any SRLS location with a valid library card. All Sequoyah Regional Library System locations offer free Wi-Fi inside their libraries and outside in their parking lots.