I would have given this a five star rating probably if I actually had access to it. My reason for the negative review is this. I live in an area of Haywood County that does not have high speed Internet/DSL service. Therefore, since AT&T is taking it's sweet time and or our county commissioner who oversees the communications availability or, lack of availability deems that the northern part of the county will not get high speed Internet service any time soon, I am NOT eligible for DSL and therefore NOT eligible to use ANY AT&T Wi Fi HOTSPOT ANYWHERE!!!! This in my opinion is a blatant form of discrimination and or denial of service. As a paying AT&T dial-up (slow as it is) customer which also uses AT&T for my home and mobile phone service as well as subscribing to one of their satellite television services I feel that I should have access to these "Hot Spot's" the same as any DSL subscriber. It also ticks me off that I have to pay more for dial-up service than is being charged for basic DSL service these days as well.