Can you use dial-up on a tablet?
Could you connect a dial up connection to a tablet with a mini-port?
A tablet requires a WiFi Connection. So your internet should go into a wireless router not a hub for more security.
Dial up would need a modem which is attached to a PC or a laptop. I have never seen a modem built into a Tablet.
If you wanted to do something really useless, you could setup a PC to work as a wireless server, which in turn could be on dial-up. Then you might say, your tablet works on dial-up!
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