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- Five Best Travel Routers
- The Biggest Rip-Offs For Global Roaming
- Luggage-Free: Business Travel For A Week With Only A Phone
- How The Qantas-Emirates Deal Changes Luggage Allowances And Frequent Flyer Points
- You Can't Opt Out Of Airport Body Scans In Australia
- Ways To Avoid Stupid Travel Money Expenses
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Qantas is launching a new business-centric frequent flyer program, Aquire, that will let you earn points for general business expenditures for your company and possibly share them with other employees. That might sound tempting, but with only some of the details disclosed, it’s hard to know if the scheme is worth it.
If you’re hitting the road and taking your gadgets with you, a good travel router will help you share the Wi-Fi in your hotel, office or anywhere else. The best ones do it with no hassle, easy setup, and small form-factors that slip nicely into a carry-on bag. Some even keep your gadgets charged while they’re connected. This week, we’re looking at five of the best travel routers, based on your nominations.