Wireless Internet Providers

In the early days of the Internet, consumers had very few choices when it came to Internet providers. There were a handful of companies offering services through slow dial-up connections. These days there are dozens of Internet access options—everyone from cable companies to cellular phone providers—and several technology platforms. With all the technical terms and brands being thrown around, it can be hard to keep them straight. That's where we come in, WirelessInternetProviders.net is your guide to the various brands, systems, and services that make up the wireless Internet landscape.

Wireless Everywhere

Just as the limited number of providers are a thing of the past, so too are wired connections. There's no need to be tethered to a wall to access the Internet, not when there are so many wireless Internet providers out there. In fact, you don't even need to be tethered to your home—many providers offer mobile broadband plans and accessories that give you high speed Internet on the go. That means you can hop online on your phone, your tablet, or your laptop, anywhere your wireless Internet provider has coverage.

Wireless and Mobile Broadband

Wireless Internet and mobile broadband are often used interchangeably. While wireless Internet is the broader term, it covers any kind of non-wired connection to the Internet, be it through a home wi-fi connection, a 3G phone network, a mobile hotspot, or a mobile broadband connection. Mobile broadband refers to high-speed Internet on the go. The latest tech, the stuff you hear about in commercials—4G, WiMAX, LTE—that's mobile broadband, offering wireless speeds that match or exceed Wi-Fi and even wired connections. Not all wireless Internet providers offer mobile broadband services. Some are strictly wired, while others only offer Wi-Fi connections. Be sure to search wireless internet providers by zip code to find the best service and coverage in your area.

This site is bursting with information, all to help you find the right Internet provider. Learn the key differences between prepaid and contract plans. Find out what that 4G term all the commercials are talking about really means. Learn the three key stats you should be looking at when shopping around. Find out what you can get with a cheap or low-tier Internet plan, and much more. Once you've read through the site, feel free to input your zip code and find the best service in your area. Better yet, jump over to the contact page and give us a call. We'll happily help you find the service that suits you.



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