Hotspot links

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If you bought a family wifi access during holidays, you could have issue to logout from hotspot.

Basically, up to 4 devices are allowed at the same time, so you need to disconnect to use other devices. But, if the logout page disappear from your browser, you are stuck.


The solution comes here:



Wi-Fi User Logout 1


If the link above doesn’t work, you can also try the following links:


Wi-Fi User Logout 2



Wi-Fi User Logout 3



Logout KPN wifi Hotspot
(Logout Center Parcs)

Wi-Fi User Logout KPN



Logout Telenet Hotspot

pop-up or surf to

Click Logout


And that’s all, you do are logout.

A hotspot is a physical location where people may obtain Internet access, typically using Wi-Fi technology, via a wireless local area network (WLAN) using a router connected to an internet service provider.

Public hotspots may be found in an increasing number of businesses for use of customers in many developed urban areas throughout the world, such as coffee shops. Many hotels offer wifi access to guests, either in guest rooms or in the lobby. Hotspots differ from wireless access points, which are the hardware devices used to provide a wireless network service. Private hotspots allow Internet access to a device (such as a tablet) via another device which may have data access via say a mobile device.