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HOW TO STAY CONNECTED
-If you need Internet access while attending the conference, here are some options for you:


Complimentary Internet for Hotel Guests
-If you take advantage of special ATA rates offered by the Sheraton Chicago Hotel & Towers, you will receive complimentary in-room Internet. MORE»
-As a hotel guest, you will also have 24-hour access to LINK@Sheraton Cafe, offering
free wireless Internet access, free workstations, and free printing. (Non-hotel guests may access the wireless Internet service, but must pay a fee.). MORE»


Complimentary Internet for All Attendees
-ATA provides a complimentary Wifi Zone for all attendees. Use your laptop or mobile device to check email, tweet, blog, or update your status. The Wifi Zone is available during the following schedule:
- Thursday, November 6, 9:00am - 6:00pm
Friday, November 7, 8:30am - 6:00pm
Saturday, November 8, 8:30am - 2:00pm


Rent Aircards or Mobile Hotspots at Discounted Rates

Event_Radio     Event Radio Rentals is offering a 10% discount to ATA attendees. To receive your discount, let them know you are with the American Translators Association.
-Aircards: Get high-speed wireless connections for your laptop. MORE»
-Mobile Hotspots: Get high-speed wireless connections that you can share with up to 5 devices. MORE»


Use Your Own Smartphone
-If you're traveling from outside the U.S. and you want to use your smartphone to connect to the Internet, you may need to purchase an international data plan. Before leaving home, contact your Internet provider to find out what plan will work best for you.
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 —  RESOURCES FOR FIRST-TIMERS
 —  HOW TO STAY CONNECTED
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