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FRANKFURT INTERNET CAFES - FRANKFURT GERMANY

Frankfurt Internet CafeFrankfurt Internet Cafe - Frankfurt is planning making the center of Frankfurt a wireless internet access hot spot. The city understands the need for internet access and desires to make it easy for their own locals and travelers to access the world wide web.

Main Surf is the company that right now offers wireless access for 9 Euros a day. They have been working on expanding their wireless access to include the center of the city. Right now you can purchase a wireless access card at some hot spots. The Frazer Café offers these cards and you can use their own PC's to access the web. Just as any internet café, they offer drinks and internet access for a reasonable rate.

The CyberRyder was the first internet café to open in Frankfurt. They offer a fast connection, multilingual staff, great cappuccino, atmosphere and of course powerful PC's to surf with. You have options when deciding on how much you want to spend on your internet costs. Certain days they hold a happy hour and the rates are reduced. If you plan on using this location a lot, then you may want to purchase a day card, or join the premium account list. It is all a question of what works for you.

The Dow Street Internet Café is a good mixture of café and internet. They serve breakfast, sandwiches, salads and other items. Besides that you have a choice of different computers to access and surf the web. They offer a reasonable rate and certain times have discounts. Once again it depends on how much you plan on using their services. The city of Frankfurt will make sure you are able to keep in touch with the rest of the world through the internet.

If you are going to bring your own laptop and you aren't able to use a wireless connection, then Freenet may be right for you. You can sign up for this service and call in from any land line in Germany. Just by dialing the telephone number, you are charged .025 Euro and it is added to your phone bill. This is just another option that is offered in Frankfurt. Remember to check with your hotel or hostel about what internet access they may offer.

Main Surf
Wireless access cards

Frazer Café
Lyonerstrasse 11

CyberRyder
Telephone: +49 069 91 39 6754
Email: www.cyberyder.de
Tongesgasse Street 31

Dow Street Internet Café
Telephone: 21 93 53 42
5 Zeil Street

 

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