Wi-fi (pronounced vee-fee in Czech) is ubiquitous. Most hotels, including pensions and youth hostels, offer it free of charge to guests. Many bars, cafes and restaurants offer free wi-fi (usually marked on the door with the international wi-fi sign).
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Voltage: 230V, Socket Type: C and E