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IPL 20201: With ‘hotel WiFi nonexistent’, Sam Billings asks Indian fans for quarantined dongle suggestions

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After completing the ODI series, members from the Indian and English side have left for their various camps in the Indian Premier League (IPL) as the 14th edition is expected to start from April 9.

England wicket-keeper Sam Billings, who is part of the Delhi (DC) Capitals in the 2021 edition, reached the team’s hotel on Monday March 29 in Mumbai. The Delhi team will play against the Chennai Super Kings (CSK) in their opening game on April 10 at Wankhede Stadium. Therefore, all players stay at Taj Mahal Palace in Mumbai.

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However, Billings is not having an ideal stay as he is facing WiFi issues in his hotel room. The 29-year-old quickly took his official Twitter handle and asked fans for suggestions on a good dongle.

“Hotel WiFi is nonexistent …. Best WiFi dongle to buy and use in India please?” Billings tweeted.

Soon after, Billings launched a Twitter poll and Indian citizens did not disappoint. The right handed drummer has been suggested to companies whose dongle will be worth the money. In the poll, Billings asked fans to choose between Jio Dongle and Airtel Dongle after receiving both as major suggestions.

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“Only one way to decide… Jio or Airtel WiFi Dongle?” wrote the keeper.

As for Billings, he had arrived in India for the white ball game between India and England. However, he could only play a lone ODI at MCA Stadium in Pune.

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Regarding the IPL, the Cricket Control Council of India (BCCI) will host the 14th edition of the Indian Premier League (IPL) in India from April 9 to May 30 at six venues – Ahmedabad, Bengaluru, Chennai, Delhi , Mumbai and Calcutta.

This time, the teams will not play any matches on their field, as the BCCI decided to organize the matches on neutral sites to eliminate the home advantage.


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