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Is wi-fi network possible using a shared internet connection?

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Hope someone can offer some advice for the following situation.

The company my husband works for lease office space in a business center. The business center provides them with a user ID and password to access the business center's internet connection.

Hubby's company would like to set up their own wireless network for three PCs and one printer.

Is this possible?
If yes, what equipment would be needed to make it work? (I'm thinking just a router?)
What info, if any, would company need to obtain from the business center regarding their internet connection?

Any advice greatly appreciated.

Thank you.
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