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Kajeet Mobile Hotspots


 Take the internet home with you ... borrow a Mobile Hotspot!

What is a Mobile Hotspot? 

Mobile Hotspots allow access to the internet for devices such as smartphones, tablets and laptops.

The Quinte West Public Library Mobile Hotspots use the Bell cellular network - service is dependent on the availability of this network in your area.   


Hotspots have 3.66 gigs of data per 2 week period. There is no daily cap so users are encouraged to check their data usage by logging on to the Sentinel website. When the 3.66 gigs limit has been reached the hotspot will no longer access the internet.

Internet will be suspended the day after the Hotspot is due to be returned.

Internet service for these devices is available in Ontario only.

Data usage: Estimation of how different activities will effect the Mobile Hotspot. 

Activity = Data per hour

Basic Web Use:

10 -25 MB

Social Media:

156 MB

Streaming Music:

150 MB

Streaming 480p Video:

700 MB

Streaming HD Video:

3 GB

Streaming 4K Video:

7 GB

Online Gaming:

15 MB

Online Gaming (MOBA):

60 MB

Borrowing a Mobile Hotspot.

  Borrowers must be 18 years or older (Photo ID/proof of age may be requested), and the borrowers library card must be current and have less than $10.00 in fines.
  A child may check out a Mobile Hotspot, but only if the parent/guardian is with them at the time of check out (phone calls from parent/guardian will not be permitted). 

QWPL Mobile Hotspot Agreement:
  A "QWPL Mobile Hotspot Agreement" must be read and signed before a Mobile Hotspot is borrowed.

Loan period:
  2 weeks (14 days)

Are holds allowed?
  Mobile Hotspots may be placed on hold. They must be picked up within two (2) days after the hold becomes available.

Are renewals allowed?
  Yes, if the device has no holds.


Returning a Mobile Hotspot
 Returns must be made to the circulation desk.
 (During the library closure due to the government restrictions regarding Covid 19 the borrower must schedule a time to drop off the device.)
 Customers will be charged repair/replacement fees for devices returned through the library book drop.
 A quick visual inspection of the hotspot is done at the time of the drop off , but the borrower will remain responsible for the device until a more thorough inspection is done.
Using the Mobile Hotspot.

Connection instructions are included with the Mobile Hotspot.

The data does not allow for streaming of tv or movies but is great for job searching, internet searching, scrolling social media and homework help.

Mobile Hotspots should be kept in a climate controlled environment. 

Fines and Replacement Costs 

Replacement cost if the Mobile Hotspot is damaged or lost is $200.00

The overdue fees are $1.00 per day to the limit of $200.00. 

Borrower Responsibilities 

Use of the device is subject to the Library’s Internet Access and Computer Use Policy.  Users violating this policy will be prohibited from borrowing Mobile Hotspots.

Parents or guardians, not the Library Board nor staff, are responsible for their children's access to the Internet. 

Borrowers of the Mobile Hotpsots are subject to federal legislation, provincial guidelines and library policies regulating Internet use, including the provisions of the Criminal Code regarding obscenity, child pornography, hatred and sedition. Use of the Library's Mobile Hotspots for illegal purposes is prohibited and will result in loss of library privileges and may result in prosecution.

The Library assumes no responsibility for the security and privacy of on-line transactions, including credit card numbers, online banking information, and passwords.

Borrowers of the Library’s Mobile Hotspots are responsible for the protection of their devices from viruses, spyware and spam by having up-to-date anti-virus software, firewalls, etc.


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Trenton Main Branch
7 Creswell Drive
Trenton, ON
K8V 6X5
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Tel.: (613) 394-3381
Fax: (613) 394-2079

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