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It depends where you go. Most of the ones I went to were timed. Some of them you buy something like a prepaid phone card with a certain amount of minutes and a code to log on, some, you walk in and they assign you a computer and you pay when you leave based on how many minutes you used. There are even some that you can drop coins into or swipe your credit card. I think that all of the ones I used had a timed, per minute fee. For the ones that you pre-pay, sometimes people would go in on say a 15 minute card together and three people would each use 5 minutes, for example.
If you just want to log on and send a few quick emails or check your bank balance then I think it only cost me a couple Euros here and there.
Most cafe’s outside of the hotel’s are 2 euro an hour.
I agree with Sarah, every place seems to be doing it slightly differently. I used coins at one place, another place you bought pre-pay cards. But most places are by 15, 30 or 60 minutes. I don’t remember the prices, but as a general rule they are more expensive at hotels then the places on the street. 2 euro sounds about right, but it will vary depending on where you are.
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