WiFi is great, but if you want to connect to the Internet from anywhere, you’ll need a wireless broadband service from Verizon, Cingular or Sprint. These services range in price from $60 on up per month not including the cost of the network card.
Which provider should you choose?
News Factor writes For now, at least, Verizon is probably the best choice in the U.S. It offers unlimited data service for $60 a month on a two-year contract, provided you also have a Verizon phone with a voice plan. If you don’t have a laptop with built-in wireless, they’ll sell you a PC Card radio for just $50. Sprint offers a similar deal with a free card — which you’ll need, since no laptops are currently sold with built-in Sprint service.
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