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TV & Internet in Rome


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If you use a TV in your home, you must have a license, otherwise you face prosecution.The national TV tax is called pagamento canone RAI. The annual license costs 90€.

For satellite television in English suscribe with satellite television called Sky TV. Visit their site here: SkyTV.altervista.org

Internet

To install the Internet in your house, visit: FastWeb.it

If you are looking for an Internet cafe in Rome, you will find a multitude scattered around the city. Many bars and cafes offer open wireless internet networks and you may even find WiFi connections in certain piazzas and parks. Additionally money transfer and change centers often offer computer and internet use as well. Two great internet points in the city center are:

  • Yex - Mail, Phone Internet : P.zza S. Andrea della Valle, 1
  • Exto Cafe : P.zza Firenze, 255. 8:30 AM - 8:30 PM, Monday-Friday, 8:30 AM - 6 PM, Saturdays. 3 euros per hour.

Update 22/04/2008


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