Dumb question, maybe. Are game systems allowed at McDonalds for the free wifi?

#11-Jammo-Posted 12/1/2012 9:39:47 PM
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#12HalecticPosted 12/1/2012 9:42:27 PM
You can use the hotspot at Mcdonalds as long as you want, you just have to log into the webpage to use it
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#13Spetsnaz420Posted 12/2/2012 2:51:07 AM
Careful though many places gimp their connection so you may end up downloading at 10kbps...that's always annoying
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#14Miggi3Fr3shPosted 12/2/2012 4:30:47 AM
If it's an AT&T hotspot, you'll be there awhile. While most Barnes and Noble have AT&T for their wifi I'd suggest that over McDs just because there's more to do there while you wait for your download.
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#15LukenatmePosted 12/2/2012 5:02:08 AM
The McD's around me are faster than Starbucks' wifi. These are newer remodeled stores, if that matters.
#16XphoenixedgeXPosted 12/2/2012 5:15:22 AM
All those restaurants wifi services are crappy. Expect to be there for multiple hours if you plan to download anything over 1gb.
#17alexg1989(Topic Creator)Posted 12/2/2012 10:01:04 AM
XphoenixedgeX posted...
All those restaurants wifi services are crappy. Expect to be there for multiple hours if you plan to download anything over 1gb.

well I was just giving a Vita game as an example. I don't ever plan to download any Vita game. I'm buying physical media all the way unless its something that requires it, but if it requires it then it probably wouldn't interest me anyway...

I only plan to use the wifi for things like updating the Vita's firmware, downloading dlc, small demos, patches and that's about it really...

maybe even play against other people online. I've never done that before so might give that a try...
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#18Ivajosh10Posted 12/2/2012 10:31:41 AM
Plus if the download fails due to crappy connection, just click resume and like a ps3, it'll pick up where it left off. I had to constantly connect to download Uncharted and Persona 4. It was a chore but totally worth it.
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#19Darkriku666Posted 12/2/2012 11:30:25 AM
It's a shame you can't download games through a PC, you can do it through a PS3 though if you have that available.

And I do believe you can download firmware through the PC
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