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 Issue # 50 December 2007 
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  • Do you want to go Mobile
    by Scott Larson
    December 2007

    Do You Want to Go Mobile?

    How often have you wanted to take your high speedĀ internet connection with you? Have you ever wondered why your connection can't go where you go? With all of the different ways to connect to the internet, some consumers are finding that a Mobile Broadband Connection gives them the mobility and flexibility that other types of connections do not. T

    The latest technology in wireless service now uses the cell phone networks to distribute a high speed signal to internet users via EVDO signals. (EVDO is the most recent wireless technology that allows burstable download speeds up to 3.1 megabits per second.)

    The signal is received using a small USB modem device that looks remarkably like a USB flash drive. Once the user is in possession of the USB modem, the user can configure any computer (with a working USB port) to work with this device. In other words, your connection is now mobile. It is now possible to drive your RV down the freeway and still stay connected to the internet. Pretty cool, Huh?

    The same mobile broadband service that other companies offer on a two year contract for as much as 70 bucks per month can now be ordered from BMI at the low price of 49.99 per month with no term contract.

    If mobility is what you need, then pick-up the phone and call BMI. One of our sales representatives would be happy to explain the details on how you can enjoy a mobile broadband connection. You can also get more information by visiting Mobile Broadband Where do YOU want to go today!

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