Advantages of Mobile Internet

Written by lee morgan
  • Share
  • Tweet
  • Share
  • Pin
  • Email
Advantages of Mobile Internet
Laptops can go online almost anywhere with today's technology. (modern opened a notebook. image by Yuri Bizgaimer from

In the past several years, the Internet has gone completely wireless and mobile. While wire connections are still widely used in homes on desktop computers, the explosion of laptop popularity and other wireless devices that rely on the Internet have made going mobile a must for Internet users. Several advantages make this type of Internet connection popular and explain why it could eventually become the only kind of Internet connection.

No Boundaries

Wireless hotspots are prevalent in many areas, especially in larger cities. These wireless hubs allow people with laptops or other wireless devices to sit within range of a wireless router and connect to the Internet.

With Internet technology like mobile broadband now available through smart phones and USB modems, users are no longer limited to the locale immediately around a hot spot. In fact, with many mobile broadband plans, users can hop online from anywhere that a mobile phone gets service. This covers a vast area and means users can get on their favourite social network, read news, download files, send e-mail and otherwise surf the Web from just about anywhere they roam.

Cost Is Comparable

There is a cost associated with obtaining a mobile Internet connection. However, the cost is comparable to what consumers pay for DSL with Wi-Fi in their homes. In many cases a mobile broadband subscription can completely replace the need for home Internet service.

The performance is comparable and allows users to do most anything they could do if they were connected to a cable modem or getting a signal though a Wi-Fi connection.

Easy Installation

Adding mobile Internet to any device is easy. Whether you have a laptop or desktop, the only thing you need to do is plug in the mobile Internet device. You do this via a cable that hooks directly to a phone to provide the connection or through a USB modem about the size of a flash drive that will put the computer online in just seconds.

More Service Areas

The fact that mobile broadband works with the same signal as a cell phone's network means that the service reaches much farther than that of standard DSL connections in the home. Many rural areas do not yet have access to high-speed Internet in the home, but many of those same places do have reliable cellular service. In this circumstance, mobile Internet is the only way to obtain a high-speed connection in the home.

Don't Miss

  • All types
  • Articles
  • Slideshows
  • Videos
  • Most relevant
  • Most popular
  • Most recent

No articles available

No slideshows available

No videos available

By using the site, you consent to the use of cookies. For more information, please see our Cookie policy.