Verizon’s wireless high-speed Internet service is PERFECT when you have no Wi-Fi, Ethernet, dial-up or any other means to get online. It cost $80 per month but Verizon is cutting the price so $60/month! I used it in the mountains of Pennsylvania two weeks ago.
Another option is to use Bluetooth to connect your cell phone to your PC and dial-up to the ‘net like that. However the connection will be slow, like dial-up.
Reuters writes The No. 2 U.S mobile service and the country’s first to sell wireless Web links with speeds comparable to some home broadband services, will cut its $80 a month rate plan to about $60 in a bid to stay ahead of rivals such as Sprint Nextel, said American Technology Research analyst Albert Lin.
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