Wifi Internet access, usually free, is common all over Turkey. Virtually all hotels, hostels, dorms, rental apartments, and even tree houses have Wifi. Only the luxury hotels charge for it. Many restaurants, cafés, bars, beach café-bars and offices offer it.
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