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need wireless internet service for one month.

by lartomar2002 / September 18, 2010 4:58 AM PDT

i will be taking my very first road trip in my rv. i will only be gone for a month. i am looking for a wireless internet service for my laptop that i can purchase by the month. i am presently with at&t and the only thing i can find on their web site requires a 2 year contract. is there a service that can provide internet access by the month? thanks

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Prepaid seems an option.
by Kees Bakker / September 18, 2010 5:07 AM PDT
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by bill012 / September 18, 2010 5:20 AM PDT

You largest question is who has good coverage where you are going. Mostly the answer is verizon but they do not offer good plans.

CLEARWIRE if you are in their coverage area is the best bet. They offer month to month plans with no commitment. At the moment this is the fastest wireless service available since it is a 4G system. You may also look at plans from sprint. This is a joint network owned by both companies sprint offers plans that do not have caps on them... as long as you do not roam to their 3G net.

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