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    1 mobile broadband card+1 PC+ 1 Mac= Possibly 2 happy laptops?
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    1 mobile broadband card+1 PC+ 1 Mac= Possibly 2 happy laptops?
    Hello,


    Since i'm on the road (In Kingsville Missouri right now...i've been trying to get signal for hours to post this), I am moving a lot and obviously don't have internet with just my Airport card, but my aunt has a Verizon Mobile Broadband card.

    I read some stuff about sharing the mobile broadband connection between Macs, but is it possible with a PC?

    I haven't really explored the internet possibilities of my Mac since i've been held back with dial up. This could be a stupid question, but bear with me.



    Thanks,
    Tanner.

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    1 mobile broadband card+1 PC+ 1 Mac= Possibly 2 happy laptops?
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