Australian Internet users a good news for you, Now you can access broadband Internet connection through the mobile devices. Broadband Expert is the company that is providing wireless broadband through USB devices. Accessing broadband Internet as wireless broadband has a number of benefits as compare to the traditional way. Wireless broadband devices are easy to use USB devices that can be easily plugged into your desktop or laptop and you will be able to access the broadband Internet connection as mobile broadband.
Australian mobile broadband providers
You can choose from a number of mobile broadband providers in Australia, which means that you can select from a variety of packages in order to find one suited to your needs. The providers include:
- BigPond Mobile Broadband
- Dodo Mobile Broadband
- Optus Mobile Broadband
- 3 Mobile Broadband
- Vodafone Mobile Broadband
There are three main modem options available for use with mobile broadband, and these are described below.
USB dongles are easy to use, as they simply plug into the USB connection on the laptop or computer, and being the size of a mobile phone are very easy to carry around.
USB sticks are smaller than dongles, making them even easier to transport around, and like the dongle they simply plug into the USB connection on the computer and provide you with Internet access.
Mobile data cards are a third option, but these cannot be used by all mobile broadband users, as they can only be used on computers that have plug and go software installed.
Mobile broadband Q&A
Is it possible to use the USB modem or dongle on different laptops and computers?
Absolutely, you can use your modem or dongle on any laptop or computer.
Will I get a good level of coverage with mobile broadband?
You can get coverage with mobile broadband in any area where there is mobile phone coverage, because the service is provided through mobile phone networks. If the signal in your area is weak, you may experience loss of connection or slow speeds.
Is it possible to use the mobile broadband service whilst abroad?
Yes, the service can be used in many countries. However, there are additional charges involved, and these can rise in the event that you exceed your download limit, so bear this in mind.
Will I be able to access mobile broadband whilst on a train?
Providing you are able to get a mobile phone signal then you can access the Internet via mobile broadband whilst on a train. Again, the strength of the signal that you get whilst on the train will determine access and speed.
Will I need to have a landline in order to have mobile broadband?
There is no need to have a landline in order to have access to mobile broadband as the service is not provided through the normal telephone exchange
Is mobile broadband suitable for online gaming?
Unfortunately the speeds and download restrictions that come with mobile broadband make it largely inadequate for online gaming, and those interested in gaming would fare better by opting for a specialist gaming broadband package