Internet in Turkey is
pretty easy and inexpensive.
you travel with your own laptop, tablet computer (iPad, etc.) or smartphone,
most Turkish hotels, particularly
the small and medium-sized ones—offer
access (Wifi) in
at least one public space, such as
the lobby or lounge, and many have signal repeaters that make Wifi available in all the guest rooms as well.
hotels, inns, pensions and hostels
also have an Internet-connected computer for guests' use; or the owner will allow you
to use an office computer.
usually free in smaller hotels and
inns. Even cave
rooms in Cappadocia and tree
houses in Olimpos on
coast have Internet connections!
some restaurants in
the largest cities
are also setting up Wifi access
for their customers.
Turkish airports have
Wifi (though it
is not free) and
it's showing up in ever more public
buildings and public spaces. Istanbul's Hippodrome (At
Meydanı) in Sultanahmet has free public Wifi, and
it even works!
You may have to ask your hotel staff
for the password to access their system.
all luxury hotels have Wifi, as well as Ethernet
for high-speed connections in their guest rooms, and most of these hotels charge a daily fee to use it.
bus companies offer Wifi on selected
routes and bus types, though reliability and signal strength and speed vary.
No matter how you access the Internet while traveling, you should consider using a Virtual Private Network (VPN) to prevent hackers from stealing your sensitive information such as usernames, passwords, credit card and bank account details, etc. VPNs are easy to set up, and basic service is free. More...