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  1. There are plenty of employment opportunities in Turkey if you have the right qualifications and know where to look. What Kind of Job Can I Get in Turkey? In Turkey, foreign language teachers are always in demand. So if you have a university degree and a Teaching English as a Foreign Language (TEFL) certificate, you can find work practically anywhere. International companies frequently hire non-Turkish citizens not just for their technical skills but also for their knowledge of their own country's culture and language, if they do business with that country. You can even find
  2. Airports Airports in Turkey have Wi-Fi access, but it's not free. When you open your browser, you'll immediately be directed to a page which asks for your credit card details to pay for it. Hotels Some of the luxury hotels in Turkey both Wi-Fi access in their rooms, as well as hard-wired Ethernet (RJ-45) data ports you can connect to with a LAN cable. less posh hotels and pensions have repeaters or wireless routers mounted in the hallways of each floor. Cheaper pensions may only have WiFi access in the lobby or community room. Before you book, check to see if free WiFi access is a
  3. Internet Service Plans Companies offer a variety of plans with monthly to yearly payments. There are quite a few regional internet service providers in Turkey, but the main ones in Turkey are: TTNet TurkNet Turkcell Superonline TTNet is the ISP branch of Turk Telekom, the country's telephone service provider. If you choose TTNet, you can set up your internet service in the same office as your telephone service. If you want to use one of the other ISPs instead, just go to one of their local offices and apply after you set up your telephone account. Making Paym
  4. If you're not fluent in Turkish, The Google Chrome browser with its "Google Translate" extension will be of great help to you. Any time you're viewing a web page which is in the Turkish language, you'll be able to translate it into English, instantly. The Google Translate logo. Look for it when you install the application for Chrome. Once it's installed, you'll see it at the top right of your browser. If you don't already have the Chrome browser, you'll need to download and install it first. Downloading and Installing the Chrome Browser Go to https://www.google.com/
  5. Hello all, I haven't moved in Turkey yet but wondering if the opening internet service for residential is easy or not. Do I need a residence permit or utility bills for the new account? If then, which one need first, residence permit or utility bills? Some say I need a residence permit to open an utility account and others say the other way. Little bit confused. Many thanks.
  6. How is the internet connectivity in Instanbul cause I need the internet to remain online. A friend of mine recommended rent n connect and Skyroam pocket WiFis let me know if anyone has had an experience with the two companies
  7. Hi all i am gonna buy some goods from chinese web sites as WISH or ALIEXPRESS. We just pay the product price online and the ship it to us. it is usually possible to choose free shipping to turkey. okey. Now what will happen for delivery? does the post agent bring it to my mentioned address at my home door? Should i have to pay some more money to him? or i should go somewhere like PTT or Cargo and pay Tax or KDV or something like those to receive my box? i hope you answer me "such a delivery is completely free in turkye";-) My good is wirstwatch and bicyc
  8. which parts of Antalya have high speed WiFi ( more than 5Mbps )?
  9. I must have been living in a cave for the last year or more as I never heard of this company until this morning doing some random searches for my daughter who is coming to visit next month. I called them and the woman I spoke with, in English, was very helpful. She said it works EXACTLY like a wireless wi-fi hotspot with any device including laptop, phone, tablet and up to 10 devices can connect at one time. Has anyone had any experience with them? Alldaywifi: "...enjoy unlimited mobile data in Turkey" TripAdvisor Reviews of Alldaywifi: Facebook: The photo on FB looks identical to the
  10. How fast of an internet speed you can get in Antalya? Do they have any fiber optic services anywhere in the area? How can you be sure of which service you can get and not being cheated by the sellers?
  11. If anyone wishes to se UK television while in Turkey,or anywhere in the world without having to pay a monthly fee for a VPN,this may be of interest to you.As long as you use Google Chrome,you can get BBC 1,2,3,4 & ITV 1,2,3,4 in live and catchup & Channel4 in catchup. Channel 5 catchup will be operational soon,but there is a compatability problem with Google & C5 [even with a VPN C5 doesn't work]. At this moment in time it's not suitable for Android or ipad. At the moment there is just a one off fee of only £5,payable through Paypal...then Nothing else to pay...ever!!!The owner has
  12. Hi all-- So I've had TTNET for over a year now. During the winter, my connectivity was very bad. It seemed like it was a lot, lot worse whenever it rained. Example: some evenings I would be on Skype with family/friends and my line would be dropped as many as a dozen times in a half hour. It was very frustrating. I Turkey for a vacation in the States in June and came back at the end of August. For several weeks, the internet was sheer bliss--not one problem. I forgot all about my former internet problems. Then it rained last week, and it's been hellish since. Didn't have the interne
  13. I am looking into moving to Antalya in October. What are the options for internet providers and what type of speed options they offer? I also need an apartment to rent in Antalya.
  14. We live in Kaş and our Internet Service Provider (ISP) is TTNET. We asked if we should change our ISP to another company. The technician we spoke with mentioned that because TTNET is part of TurkTelekom, when we have to call one we get both. He gave an example, if SuperOnline became our provider and we had a problem, we would then have to contact TurkTelekom for the wires coming to our house AND SuperOnline for any Internet problems we might have. That would then create two headaches instead of one. It made sense to us and we decided to stay with TTNET.TurkTeleKom is the sole provider of Inter
  15. Let the games begin (oops they already have)... Cyberwarfare refers to politically motivated hacking to conduct sabotage and espionage. It is a form of information warfare sometimes seen as analogous to conventional warfare, and in 2013 was, for the first time, considered a larger threat than Al Qaeda or terrorism, by many U. S. intelligence officials. In France, it is reported that the US 'used malware and Facebook' to hack French president's team "The staff of former French president Nicolas Sarkozy fell victim to a hack attack while he was still in office, and the finger of blame i
  16. That's my first post on this forum, so I would like to say Hello to everyone! In couple days I'm going to Turkey. I will be staying in Colakli/Side (that's not far away from Antalya) for three weeks. I wanted to ask about the possibility of using the pre-paid internet. I saw some offers on Turkcell site, but as far as I'm concerned you need to sign a contract if you want using it, and I can't do that. I need good upload speed for my job. My hotel offers me a Wi-Fi but it's kinda slow. Would anyone recommend me something? Maybe I should just buy a pre-paid card, and use my cell as a r
  17. As I understand it, it is not possible to pay online with your bank/ debit card in Turkey due to security concerns. One exception is that, in some cases, you can use your "electron" card on the shopping site Gittigidiyor. Since many of us expats do not qualify for a credit card for different reasons, I wonder if there is ANY way, alternative method or regular, to put money in an account in Turkey and then pay online with a virtual or actual visa/ mastercard? Mainly, I want to just be able to deposit cash and then shop online. Right now that is very difficult and I have to use other peo
  18. Hello, guys.Glad to have found this website,I will get to the point. Ok this may sound stupid but i am just a sucker for love and probably, young, stupid and naive and almost always online. Am a teenager (18).Okay, when i was 16 and working at a cafe, had plenty of facebook time to chat and hooked up online to this cool Turkish guy (21) who i would chat with almost non-stop for a month before he goes quiet on me for 2 months and comes back again until i decided to put a stop to it like 2 years later. I swore not to fall for a guy on internet but guess what, i succeeded for a while until anothe
  19. I have just arrived in Turkey having been away a few months. Could anyone suggest why my internet automatically rediects any site that i try to open to TTnet.com.tr ?
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