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About Broadband Vs Wireless connection

by robertlee749 / September 16, 2012 9:53 PM PDT

Hi,
Anyone can suggest me ,which is the best and quick responder in between of broad band or wireless connection.

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Re: broadband or wireless
by Kees_B Forum moderator / September 16, 2012 9:57 PM PDT

What exactly do you mean with "broadband"?
And what exactly do you mean with "wireless"?

There isn't a wireless broadband? All wireless is 'narrowband'?

Kees

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About Broadband Vs Wireless connection
by kehar_bimlesh / September 20, 2012 7:44 PM PDT

wireless routers have the capability to connect with the device compatible with802.11 A or with N signal standards. Some new form of router has come in the market and become more prevalent because of the popularity of cellular broadband network. A simple broad band connection is better but its speed is depend upon the price range which is spend by the customer. You can get only one single bill for your broad band connection. Some provider provide special offer but it happen very less. The chances of getting virus and spy-ware may occur when you are accessing your internet through simple broad band connection.

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by prin1113ci / September 21, 2012 6:16 PM PDT

The landscape for the time being and lot of uncertainly around prices for ADSL and ULL .

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Broadband is faster, easier and comfortable
by cnet_krish / November 21, 2012 3:48 PM PST

In my views, Broadband is far more faster, easier and comfortable than wireless connections.

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Internet is today accessed through broadband services mostly
by cnet_krish / November 21, 2012 3:51 PM PST

Internet is today accessed through broadband services mostly. World has over 2000 millions internet users around the world. Most of users use Broadband way to access the internet.

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