Internet cafés have recently become so popular that many stores and calling centres (locutorios) have added a few terminals for their customers. However, the best places both in terms of speed and price tend to be the larger ones (20+ computers) that focus on providing computer access.
Cafés will charge between €1.00-1.50 an hour. Once you purchase access time, any time you have left over will not be refunded. If you expect to be online for a while, then it would be advisable to buy a special multi-hour pass called a bono. These passes usually come in increments of 5-10 hours and reduce the overall cost per hour. They also offer the advantages of multiple sessions and of only billing you for the minutes that you actually use.
Fees tend to only give you access to the computer and the Internet. Just about everything else might carry an extra charge: printing, scanning, and even copying files to and from pen drives. Some larger cafés have begun billing additionally for the right to use spreadsheet or word processing programs (i.e. Microsoft Excel or Word).
Warning!: Internet cafés are popular targets for thieves and pickpockets particularly in the centre of large cities. Keep an eye on your valuables at all times.
If you have a smartphone, laptop or tablet, you can take advantage of the WiFi access found in many restaurants, cafés, hotels and bars. Some places expect you to buy something in order to get a username and the password.