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dataport

(1) An RJ-11 telephone socket that provides an outside line for sending data or a fax via modem. In the 1990s, hotels throughout the U.S. began to install dataports in their rooms for customer use, and long-distance charges were applied. See RJ-11.

(2) An Ethernet socket in a hotel or office that provides a connection to the Internet. In a hotel, dataport usage or Wi-Fi hotspots may or may not be free. See Ethernet.

(3) Any socket used for data communications might be called a dataport.
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The EMMA Dataport section of the Web site contains helpful documentation, including a user manual, a list of frequently asked questions, and an on-demand presentation illustrating the registration and submission process.
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While being transmitted through Dataport, all data are checked for completeness and technical accuracy.
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Free Snacks and Drinks Free Alcoholic Drinks Newspapers / Magazines/TVs Shower facilities(including soap, shampoo and towels) Wi-Fi Access Work Stations / PCs Internet / Dataports The club is location on the third level in the international area across from Gate 15
The airline's long haul business class product offers passengers telephones, laptop power points and dataports as well as an inflight entertainment package.