By Chris ONeal
Mobile Internet enables an individual to access the Web using a mobile device that is connected to a wireless network. These devices include computers, cell phones, and USB connect sticks. They allow individuals to have access when traveling throughout the world, without the use of any wiring.
Smart phones and other cell phones that have Web access functionality are the smallest devices used for this purpose. They enable users to access either Wi-Fi networks or the Web service provided by the carrier. The carrier service plans range in terms of amount of data access included and therefore, price.
Computers that have Web access include laptops, netbooks, and tablet devices. Wireless carriers sell netbooks that have broadband modems built into them. Users must subscribe to a data plan in order to get access through the carrier or they can use the netbook to access free Wi-Fi networks. Laptops either come with, or can accommodate, wireless cards that allow users to access the free networks within an area. An Internet service plan and wireless router will be required if the user wants to have wireless Web access from home.
For those who did not get wireless technology when they purchased their laptops, there is the USB stick. These little devices are inserted in the USB port of the laptop or desktop computer. The user then purchases a data plan to get access to the Web when using a Wi-Fi hotspot is not possible.
The world of mobile Internet technology is in its initial growth stages and already so many strides have been made. Individuals can access emails and Web pages while traveling around the corner or around the world. Between Wi-Fi and paid networks, those with cell phones and computers will never be without a connection.
When looking for information on mobile Internet devices, the best site on the Internet is MobileNetX.com. The site features reviews of cell phones, laptops and more. Make this your home for any and all information on mobile wireless.
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