So what’s the buzz about Apple and the IPad? How will this change the internet? So far, the IPad rates really high for facilitating productivity anytime, anywhere. Internet, wireless, word processing, data – they all can be done on the IPad. The wireless version will be the first to go on sale, followed by a a model with wireless and 3G access in late April. With this much flexibility, this changes the way people approach the internet – flexibility, and wireless connections will be much more in demand. A keyboard dock and a power adapter to charge the device from an electrical outlet will be available in May. The present limitations are that you cannot edit Microsoft Word, and you cannot view Flash videos. That could change with future models. Look for life, work, and communication to get more interesting! Wireless will certainly become more of a way of life.
Finding out about internet providers in my area isn’t so difficult. It’s easy enough to find out if the major companies provide service at my address; just go to the website, and enter the zip code of any address to see where the service is provided. Once that is done, it is pretty simple to compare to local cable companies, and local internet providers. Look for speed, and then for costs and incentives. Speed is the most important consideration, since your internet use really depends on adequate speed for your videos, music downloads, and secure online banking and shopping. Fortunately, cost is no obstacle to speed, since high speed plans are at very affordable prices, and very competitive. Look for incentives like free installation, free months, free modems. Enjoy the savings!
Verizon internet service is one of the most dependable high speed products there is. A dependable network, with great add ons and at a super price, Verizon is the bargain you will get when you truly shop for speed that suits you best. Basic internet service starts at just $19.99 a month, and comes with a free modem. You can go all the way up to 7 Mbps for only $39.99 a month, and still there is a free modem. Double play bundles will have $5 off per month. You’ll also get free trials of internet security, software, and games. Truly this is the internet that suits your family’s needs. The next step up is the fiber optic network, FiOS, but if it is not available to you, this is the best you can get.
Looking for internet providers in my area can be confusing at best. I like to compare them in one easy place. First I like to look at the major service providers, then local cable, then local internet. The results are interesting. For me, speed is very important. I like to see what speed is available to me, and what prices are the best. Sometimes, you can save even more by combining services, such as internet and phone, or even digital television. Frequently, internet providers will provide free modems, and some will provide free wi-fi and routers. There are also some great offers now for free months, or rebates, or dollar amounts off the package. It truly does pay to compare, and note what the speed you need truly costs.
In a news article published in the Chicago Tribune’s Business section on January 29, 2010, Southwest Airlines has announced it will be offering high speed internet Wi-Fi service to it’s customers on their Boeing 737’s. It is estimated that Wi-Fi will be available to Southwest’s customers by early 2012. Southwest has been slower than some of it’s competition in embracing this service because to the airline giant, price matters. It did not want to pass along a service to it’s customers that wasn’t perceived as a good value, and available vendors had priced things a bit too stiffly for Southwest’s liking. The airline hasn’t published any pricing as of yet, but they have communicated to the public that it will be a great value, just like their airfares.
With high speed internet becoming available everywhere, it pays to check into what deals internet providers are offering. Happy flying!
The term broadband refers to a high speed internet connection that is delivered via a DSL connection or cable. This is how I was explaining it to my wife this morning as a blank look came over her face. I said, “Baby… we have it!” But, to put it in simple terms, maybe it is best I back up a bit and tell you about its predecessor… Dial-up. Remember plugging in the phone line to your computer? This was the famous T6 line that had restrictions in regards to speed and the amount of information that could pass through.
Now, enter High Speed Broadband which almost makes Dial-up obsolete. The most common analogy used in explaining Broadband are two roads. One road is a dirt road, and one is a multi-lane highway of instant information.
Now, this isn’t NEWS per say… but, it seemed like it this morning. In my wife’s defense… it was before she had her coffee.
Many ISPs, including giants like Time Warner, will give you $20 of credit on your bill for referring each friend to their service. Of course, there is a catch. You must consider that when refering a frined, you want to make sure that you are satisified with your service. Also, when you are referring a friend, you are giving out a friend’s information to be contacted within 24-48 hours. Unless your friend signs up for service and maintains that service for 60 days, then you don’t receive the credit. Also, you won’t receive the credit for 90-120 days, so you must maintain your service to get the credit. When using Refer-A-Friend specials, make sure that your friend will not only be happy about being contacted, but will also sign up for service.
Worldwide high speed internet subscribers increased up to 410.9 million. Regardless of the economic downturn, the numbers for the subscribers still rises up to 3.47 per cent on the last 2 quarters of 2008. The research conducted by Point Topic showed that, Western Europe leads the continental penetration at 25 percent, followed by North America at 21 percent and South and East Asia at 15 percent. In terms of the number of subscribers, China and the USA are leading the way followed by Japan. In terms of the most popular internet connection, DSL (ADSL, SDSL) is currently on the lead and the most popular option.
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