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Wireless broadband for notebook- which one?

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I've bought a new notebook few weeks ago and now I'd like to change my cable 2MB Tiscali broadband for a wireless one so I will be able to carry the computer around with access to internet. Which offe… Read More
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9y, 6m agoPosted 9 years, 6 months ago
I've bought a new notebook few weeks ago and now I'd like to change my cable 2MB Tiscali broadband for a wireless one so I will be able to carry the computer around with access to internet. Which offer should I choose??? I've never had a wireless internet before so I need your help. I'm paying £15 a month for a 2MB broadband now and I would not like to pay more for the wireless one.

I'm not looking for a really fast one, 4MB would be enough (if stable). I am downloading movies, music and some programs so I would like the download limit to be as big as it could be :D

Could You give me some good offers from the good, known companies?

Thanks a lot for your help ;-)
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9y, 6m agoPosted 9 years, 6 months ago
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#1
[SIZE=2]Not sure what you mean onlybarca :)[/SIZE]

[SIZE=2]Do you want to switch to high speed BB or convert the existing one to WiFi ?[/SIZE]
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[SIZE=2]Not sure what you mean onlybarca :)[/SIZE]

[SIZE=2]Do you want to switch to high speed BB or convert the existing one to WiFi ?[/SIZE]

think she only means she wants a wireless router

because thats all she needs for wireless
#3
I mean switching normal cabled boradband for a wireless one!!!

p.s. ONLYBARCA - means... only barca (fc barcelona :giggle: ) and that's HIM not HER :D
banned#4
sincs when did you get wireless internet?you sure you dont mean WIRELESS ROUTER?
#5
What they are trying to say is that you do not need to change you internet service or provider - though you should renegotiate every 12 months. What you need is a wireless router like the one in the link below. If it is time to change provider then this will often be provided as an inducement by your new provider - or your existing one if you decide not to change. If you ring Tiscali they will probably offer you a free wireless router and a better deal if your existing contract has run its course and you tell them you will change if they don't!

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Netgear-DG834G-54Mbps-Wireless-Firewall/dp/B0000TZ8Z8/ref=sr_1_1/203-5765314-2872719?ie=UTF8&s=electronics&qid=1192535334&sr=1-1
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Bertt
What they are trying to say is that you do not need to change you internet service or provider - though you should renegotiate every 12 months. What you need is a wireless router like the one in the link below. If it is time to change provider then this will often be provided as an inducement by your new provider - or your existing one if you decide not to change. If you ring Tiscali they will probably offer you a free wireless router and a better deal if your existing contract has run its course and you tell them you will change if they don't!

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Netgear-DG834G-54Mbps-Wireless-Firewall/dp/B0000TZ8Z8/ref=sr_1_1/203-5765314-2872719?ie=UTF8&s=electronics&qid=1192535334&sr=1-1

WELL SAID,seeing as wireless internet will in no way ever come out in my mind as hackers can use the encrypted info in the air so no 1 will need to pay for internet just pop your laptop outside the local school and pinch theres,where as cables with a wireless router is probably the best suggestion we are going to have for many years to come
#7
I would suggest changing to Be internet. bethere.co.uk will sort you out for 8Mb, a free broadband wireless router, for £14 a month. Quidco tracks at £55 too, so you essentially get 4 months free anyway!

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