I found that using a Deathstar megasized company comes at a price. Yes you can get almost world wide access and a single bill but was it worth that?
I have unsuccessfully searched the Internet for information on choosing one ISP to handle all my fixed base and mobile operations. The context for this request is simple... how to avoid paying for two ISP's at the same time... one to handle my need to access the Internet from my laptop when traveling and another to handle my Internet access from my office/home? It makes no sense to duplicate my ISP monthly charges when one access for both broadband and wireless Internet access would provide what is needed. I can't/don't access the Internet from all my devices (cell phone, desktop computer, laptop computer or other mobile devices) at the same time so why is it necessary for me to pay extra for each to have access?
The information I have found appears that the industry does not want a consumer to save duplicate charges because they emphasize that each ISP is only good either as a stand-alone Broadband or Wireless but not to fulfill both.
Why is this the case and what can a consumer do who does not want to pay twice for Internet access?