Mobile broadband is a high speed wireless Internet connection available from most cell phone providers such as Verizon, At&t, and Sprint.
Wireless Internet access consists of two parts:
1. A Internet service data plan from your cellular provider.
Wireless Internet service plans cost about $60 a month for 5 GB of data usage.
2. The hardware to receive and process the wireless broadband data.
Most wireless providers have free, or heavily discounted wireless Internet devices available when you sign a service contract.
Wireless mobile broadband download speeds typically vary between 768 Kbps to 1.5 MBps, while upload speeds is generally limited to between 300 and 500 Kbps.
Learn more about available mobile broadband devices, plans, and providers on our High Speed Wireless page.
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