Wireless Hotspots Available from Oradell Public Library
No Internet access at home? Now you can borrow a WiFi Hotspot from the library!
A WiFi Hotspot is a device you can use to connect a mobile-enabled device, such as a laptop, smartphone or tablet, to the Internet. The library has hotspots to lend to Oradell residents who do not have Internet access in their home.
Hotspot Loan Policies
Borrower must be 18 years of age or older
Borrower must be an Oradell resident with an Oradell Public Library card in good standing.
Borrowers must fill out and sign a user agreement.
Only one WiFi hotspot per household will be loaned.
WiFi hotspots may be borrowed for up to one (1) month with no renewals.
Terms & Conditions
WiFi hotspots returned late incur a fee of $5 per day, not to exceed the total replacement cost of $75.
WiFi hotspot will be turned off and wireless service will be terminated, if the WiFi hotspot is not returned by the due date.
The hotspot device is fragile and must be returned in person to the Oradell Library circulation desk. A fine of $5 will be assessed if not returned to the circulation desk.
The borrower is responsible for damage, loss, or theft of WiFi hotspot and all of its components, possibly resulting in the following replacement fees:
missing or damaged battery: $50
missing or damaged power adapter: $10
missing or damaged WiFi hotspot and all components: $75
Oradell Public Library is not responsible for any liability, damages or expense resulting from use or misuse of the WiFi hotspot, connection of the WiFi hotspot to other electronic devices, or data loss resulting from use of WiFi hotspot.
Oradell Public Library cannot guarantee data coverage or connection speed. Performance of the hotspot will vary depending upon location and T Mobile™ coverage in the area. You can check coverage at https://www.t-mobile.com/coverage/coverage-map
The hotspots are Oradell Public Library property. Illegal activities on the Internet are prohibited. Parents and guardians, not library personnel, are responsible for what their children view and read on the Internet. The library cannot ensure the privacy of individuals who use the Internet to conduct business or for personal correspondence.