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Borrow a WiFi Hotspot from St. Martin Parish Library
A WiFi hotspot is a device you can use to connect a mobile-enabled device, such as a laptop, smartphone or tablet, to the internet. The hotspot is portable, so you can connect your device almost wherever you are, like at home, on the bus or in the park. Hotspot lending provides internet connections after library hours are over, extending the benefits of the library into patrons’ homes.
WiFi hotspot devices are available for checkout to patrons 18 years or older. Borrower’s must have a library account in good standing. There is a limit of one device per user/per address at any one time. The check-out period is one week (no renewals). The overdue fine is $1 per day. Hotspots must be checked out and returned to the Library circulation desk; Hotspots cannot be returned in the book drop.
Additionally, in Lower St. Martin Parish, the Belle River Community Center and the Stephensville Park Recreation Center have each received one hotspot for public use at their site.
A “hotspot” consists of the mobile wireless hotspot device itself, as well as its charger and case. When a patron borrows a mobile hotspot, the patron’s use of the equipment is subject to the Library’s Mobile WiFi Hotspot Lending Policy, as well as the Library’s Electronic Resources Policy.