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Internet, Networking, and Wireless Discussion of networking, internet, and wireless including Apple's Airport products.

Wireless Internet Cards?


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What's the deal on these? You can have internet where ever you go with one? I've been doing some research but it's a little over my head. Any info would be greatly appreciated. :black:
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Yep. With verizon it is 80/month for unlimited broadband access where ever you can get cellphone service pretty much

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Yep I heard it is really nice especially if you travel a lot. My uncle told me it is pretty good.
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What do you need?
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Yep, None of the current crop of Macs has a PCMCIA slot that is required. There is no external solution offered by the carriers as of now.


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