Internet connection was a voucher, you get it every 24 solar hours (if you arrive at 18, it will last only til midnight, for other 12 hours). But it is for free and once you know this, you can always go to ask for an other access password. (Probably the password is always different because in this way the people around won't "steal" the connection, this would make the hostel have a less powerful connection).
The room we rent was on the last (fourth floor), its colour was green (so the rooms were green too, at least ours was so). In it there was nothing you could ask for more at that price: Two comfortable and clean beds (but be careful if you put them together, someone might wake up in the middle on the floor! :D) Lights everywhere that you could switch on, big tv with flat screen, a fan/ventilator (good during such a warm summer!) In a corner there was a sink to do the dishes and two small cookers, above a place with dishes, pans/pots and everything else you need for cooking. Under, a place for the garbage, then cutlery and a small fridge. In an other corner a table and two comfortable chairs (a place where to eat) and then a very good armchair with a footrest. There was even soap for dishes and soap in the bathroom by the sink. The bathroom was essential: shower, wc and sink. If you stay in Trondheim for some days and don't want to spend too much, you can go to the very close Bun Pris or other supermarkets in the center and cook in your room. It is the perfect budget place from where you can visit the very beautiful and young city. It was the best deal in 14 days of holiday, a huge difference between what you pay and what you get! :D I told them personally and shaked their hands, because that is right what we needed as a couple of young travellers.