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What's the cheapest wireless internet?


I am trying to buy a laptop for my mom. I want to know the cheapest wireless connection there is. I know that Verizon and AT&T are about $60 per month. But maybe there are other wireless internet that I don't know of and at the same time cheap. She lives in Santa Cruz, Ca. I think you need that information. I hope somebody can help me. Thank you so much

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For my mom we...

Told her to go to starbucks, mickeydees and such. The word is "mooch."

But if you go with those internet everywhere cards, that's the going price.

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What's the cheapest wireless internet connection

She stays home most of the time.

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At home...

You have other solutions that vary with each home. Call the cable co, DSL was all of 15 a month on the cheapest plan.

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Cheaper Internet connection

Go to your favorite search engine, and conduct a search like this:

"low cost" isp "santa cruz"
The, go and find reviews for the chosen ISP.

Hope this helpsHappy

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Cheapest wireless

I have used at&t 14.95 a month dsl wired or router.
you need to buy their stuff just to make it easy
on yourself.
If you are a wizz which I am not you may know how to hook
other brands to their system.
works very well for me you just go to their site and
follow instructions.

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