T-mobile wifi Hotspots
Chemeketa Cooperative Regional Library Service.
Community. Literacy. Techonology.
These mobile hotspots are made possible through funding from the Institute of Museum and Library Services (CAGML-248046-OMLS-20), and in cooperation with Chemeketa Community College.
How to borrow a mobile hotstpot
1. Request a hotspot
You can also request a hotspot at the door or during a browsing appointment.
Hotspots cannot be found or placed on hold from the online library catalog
The library has a limited number of hotspots. If none are available, a librarian will place a hold for you.
All hotspots are available on a first come-first serve basis.
2. Come to the library to Check-out
All hotspots can be borrowed for 90 days with NO renewals.
Patrons must be 18 or older and have a CCRLS account in good standing.
Limit is 1 hotspot per househould
Sign a user agreement when you checkout. Signed user agreements will be kept on record at the library.
Hotspots can be checked out using the library’s curbside survice or at a browsing appointment.
3. Use and Return
Hotspots should be charged with included USB charger before using.
Turn on hotspot and use the passcode on the display menu to connect up to 8 devices.
Call 541-327-3826 for questions.
Hotspots must be returned to the Jefferson Public Library (not another CCRLS library) in 90 days with NO renewals.
Please return hotspots at the door or circulation counter. Do no return in the outdoor drop-box.
Overdue fines for hotspots are $1 per day for up to 5 days. If not returned, the patron will be charged a $85 replacement fee for the hotspot.
Includes: Hotspot device, charger and cord, Instruction booklets in English and Spanish, QuickStart guide in English, Original box, and Carrying bag
Click here to view the user agreement.
Note: a signed user agreement must be kept on the library’s record to borrow a hotspot. User agreements are available in a paper form at the library.