Keep connected any time and any where with Wireless Internet
In these modern times it is important that we stay connected. This need to constantly be in touch with our peers is something that has grown from simple pagers and cell phones to internet capable devices like Blackberry and 3G Smart Phones which are increasingly more affordable today. Instant messaging and email have become almost an epidemic and have created the need if not an addiction to always be a few seconds from reading and replying.
While cell phones have become the dominant user of wireless internet while on the highways and byways of late, the laptop and portable PCs have not lost much of their foothold. Many companies have begun to use this wireless internet connectivity to appeal to their targeted audience who need to maintain this communication link, while also spending their cash or swiping their cards for a latte or scone. The coffee shop around the corner has turned from the in-and-out place for caffeine, to a place to meet others in person or online and conduct business.
An ever increasing need for wireless internet connections has spurred the demand for on-the-go devices and wifi cards that will operate on the same system as cell phones and PDAs. With the ever-broadening capacity of these mobile networks, the PC user can find adequate speeds using a mobile wireless internet card without the additional purchase of breakfast.
Recent additions to cell phones as well have made tethering via USB cable also an available option. Where the cell phone connects to its data plan and using a USB cable, the PC will connect to the same internet connection and surf away. Some carriers have begun to govern those plans that exceed high bandwidths and stifling offending traffic - however the diminished speed is still adequate for instant messaging, checking email and even most internet surfing.
The American dependence on wireless internet is sure to continue to grow and these capabilities will continue to be integrated into everyday appliances and systems. Its become a part of daily life and a communication method that is as important today, as the telephone was 10 years ago.