Re: Free WiFi in public transports

From: Ish Sookun <>
Date: Fri, 3 Apr 2015 10:23:43 +0400

​Hello Kritesh,

On Fri, Apr 3, 2015 at 9:50 AM, kritesh sunghoon <
> wrote:
> I believe that, being more productive can be achieved in various ways. If
> a student knows that he/she will be stuck in traffic then why doesn't
> he/she take the necessary precautions, wanna read a book or watch tuto,
> then download it, put it on your laptop/tablets/phone.For the replying
> mail, this does not require a bus with WiFi connection to do so...ohh
> c'mon, can be done through internet packages itself. Updating blogs,
> content can be always be written without connections though.

​I agree on your description of time management. It depends on the person
how to utilize the time lost during traveling. One might even make
traveling more interesting if the time is properly utilized.​

I usually activate "mobile data" if I have to check/reply to emails. Within
"free hotspots" I prefer using my laptop rather the mobile. I'm more comfy
with a laptop to check the network I am using.

> Well, having WiFi connections do have a lots of pros and cons. But being
> productive, totally depends on the students. Furthermore,
> I personalty think that, even if we're sitting idle or listening some music
> it's kinda a good thing, it moves us a bit from this digital kind of
> world, appreciate things around and so on.

​Again, agreed :-)


​​Ish Sookun

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