But hey, if you're not upset by the slow system, why not?
The other problem I have with Cellular Internet access is sometimes it just doesn't work. Be sure your carrier works with the phone or such before you pull the other plug.
I'm considering cutting my home internet (US Dollars $65/month lowest price available to my home). Instead, I am considering a basic AT&T prepaid smart phone data plan ($30/month for 1 GB high speed which will be used-up quickly, then slowed to unlimited 128kbps for the rest of the month). Never have had a data plan before; just calls & text.
I don't use home internet to watch movies, tv shows, sports, YouTube, Skype, upload photos/video, Facebook/social media, and I don't play video games.
At home, I use internet connection for e-mailing people (text characters only/no pics), online banking & bill paying, reading news articles, and participating in online discussions, like here at CNET forum, (about 3 hours per day).
Is 128 kbps wireless service frustratingly slow (to load pages due to pics and ads on every new page) or okay for my wireless usage purposes?