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macbook and wireless service HELP!

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Hey everyone!
Sorry if this was talked about before but I just got a macbook and I noticed there is no wireless card slot. I want to get a cell companies wireless internet service but out of verizon, tmobile, cingular and sprint, sprint is the only one that has a USB wireless card but online it says that it was designed for windows 2000 or xp. Does anything have any ideas or tips for me? I also tried looking for a wireless card to usb converter but couldnt find one for macos. Any help would be great!
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