dail up broadband adsl or wireless

Australia
December 15, 2007 11:32pm CST
i have never had wireless i wonder what it would be like does anyone on my lot have wireless i have adsl which is much better than dail up i had it i did not like it one bit it keeps on cutting out what is ther best one do you like i have not tried wireless it cost to much money what is your thoughts on it
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12 responses
@jatindev (20)
• India
17 Jan 08
from my poin of view , Wi-Fi is better than ADSL, Broadband, Dialup in the row. I am agree with you wireless is most costly.But it is very convenient to use it any site.
• Philippines
17 Jan 08
I have a wireless connection right now. It is OK but the speed is around 300+. About 12 times faster than the regular Dial up. DSL is much faster than wireless - around 500+ depending on your provider.
@youless (93716)
• Guangzhou, China
17 Jan 08
I have used the wireless rounter for a few years and it works so well. It hasn't any problems at all and I am so pleased to it. I like to have a wireless rounter. As I can use my laptop anywhere I like because of the wireless ADSL connection.
• Philippines
17 Jan 08
considering if you travel alot. it would better to go a wireless connection. there are alot of companies that wireless connection and you can get to a sattelite or through a cell site. Like the verizon wireless, they offer promos and will give discounts if you order it online. If not, use DSL connection instead, its very good for home networking
@youless (93716)
• Guangzhou, China
1 Jan 08
I use wireless router to connect ADSL at home. This is very convenient as I can access internet anywhere at my home. A router isn't expensive, so why not try to use it?
• Malaysia
1 Jan 08
I tried unlimited internet connection through 3G in my country. Using cellphone as modem. Speed about 380kb. If i go to place without 3G , the speed drop to gprs speed.
• India
1 Jan 08
I think that ADSL connection has more speed than Wireless Internet, but we have more convenience in wireless internet or Wi-Fi as we can sit anywhere with own laptop & surf the net.
• Pakistan
1 Jan 08
I am using a broadband connection 100 kbps . I have never used wireless connection but those that have experienced it tell me that its very fast just like a ISDN connection and you ger very high data rates on those connections.Definitely the preice tag is huge for those connections.I am satisfied with my connections and dont feel like upgrading it for next few years.
• China
18 Dec 07
I don't understand what you said . the first you should know how much ways of getting to the internet in the telecommunication of your country.it isn't expensive .I don't know where you are.but in europe it is cheap.my sister go to Paris on september this year.that is what she told me.and did you have a laptop? the second if you have a laptop.as I know you have the adsl.you can buy a wireless router.and it's cheap too.you can surf in the internet useing your laptop and pc with the wireless router both.surely,you should use it on the coverage of the signal by your wireless router.generally it is about 200 meters in theory. good luck ,my friend
@gr8life (6253)
• Malaysia
17 Dec 07
Hello hopejordan, I am using broadband too. Last time when there was no broadband available in my area, I had to put up with dial up connection. It was terrible and took time to surf the net. Now it is much better with broadband. I always go to hotspots whenever I am outside and it is easier to use your laptop to surf the net. It is a little bit expensive compare to broadband but it is fast.
@maude07 (62)
• Philippines
16 Dec 07
I'm using a wireless broadband connection. So far, I haven't encounter any problem yet. Although some says, it can easily be affected by weather conditions. Since mine is new, I haven't experienced it yet. You may opt to try this one, hopejordan. :)
• United States
16 Dec 07
Hi Hope, We have wireless. It's great. We're on the road a lot and it works very well for our needs. It's high speed and easy to use. I believe it's cheaper to stick with your DSL though, unless you do tons of traveling.