Hotspot Policy

Roswell Public Library Wi-Fi to Go Mobile Hotspot

A Wi-Fi hotspot is a device used to connect a mobile-enabled device, such as a laptop, smartphone, or tablet, to the Internet wirelessly. The hotspot is portable and connectable to a device almost anywhere. More than one device can be connected to the Wi-Fi hotspot and in most situations, up to ten devices can be connected.

Wireless Internet service relies on cell tower technology and coverage. User experience can vary based on location. People should be cautious about sharing personal information over the Internet. The Roswell Public Library is not responsible for personal information shared over the Internet, or for information or websites accessed through the Wi-Fi to Go Mobile Hotspot. Furthermore, the Roswell Public Library in not liable for any damages or expenses resulting from the use of the Wi-Fi to Go Mobile Hotspot.

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Mobile Hotspot Assistance

Borrowers may call the Roswell Public Library Monday – Friday 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at (575) 622-7101.


The Roswell Public Library lends Wi-Fi to Go Mobile Hotspots (hereinafter referred to as Hotspot) to Roswell Public Library cardholders 18 years of age or older AND in good standing (no fines or overdue items and no history of a delinquent account).

In order to be eligible to check out a Hotspot, new card holders must establish a borrowing history for three consecutive months with at least three checkouts.

Checkout of a Hotspot is limited to one unit per household for a period not to exceed 21 days, and it cannot be reserved consecutively. Hotspots are available at the Circulation Desk on a 'first-come, first-served’ basis. The Library reserves the right to refuse service or borrowing to patrons who have previously abused equipment, or who or have failed to return materials, or are repeatedly late returning them.

• Parents/guardians are responsible for the use of the Hotspot by minors.

• Overdue Hotspots will be deactivated at closing on the day the Hotspot is due to be returned.