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Hello guys I need to buy a laptop I already work with mac so i figure to get mac pro however i need to have the wireless service anywhere in the US and not sure what wireless card and provider to choose?

anyone who has or had working with one?

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You would like to purchase a MacBook Pro and use a wireless express card? If that's what you'd like to do, contact Verizon, AT&T, and Sprint to see if they support OS X. All three have wireless cards for Windows but I don't know off hand if any of them support OS X.

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I know that Verizon, at least, offers a SB dongle for use with computers that do not have a wireless card slot (MacBooks, for instance).

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