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Wireless Broadband Technology has Evolved

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Desktops are being using less. Portable device have hit the scene in such a big way. For a while the mobile devices were just a simplistic alternative to check some things quickly. People could search email or check sports stats on phones, but that was about it. Today there is a whole new movement of wireless broadband technology users. People are really getting excited about all that it can do. It is changing the way that people use technology at home and in the workplace. It is also changing things in hospitals and schools. Wireless broadband technology may be one of the most exciting thing that people have experienced in a long time.

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The Early Existence Wireless Broadband Technology

People started hearing a lot of about wireless broadband technology in 2006. The anticipation was there and lots of technical magazines hyped it up. It didn't official get licensed by the Wireless Telecommunications Bureau until near the end of 2007. From this perspective the technology has grown in leaps and bounds in a really short time period.

Wireless Technology in Rural Areas

In these early periods the wireless broadband technology was what primarily based in rural areas. Cable was not run in the countryside and lots of people depended on wireless broadband outside the city. It gave them the same convenience as lots of people in the city.

It was sort of the same thing that people experienced in the early days of cable television. Cable wasn't run for this so people that wanted more channels had to invest in satellites. That was the road that people were traveling down with Internet technology as well. People had to add small satellite dishes to the outside of the home to get the service. For many people it was an investment that was worth the cost.

The Mobile Revolution

There is a funny thing that made more people in the city perk up and take notice of the wireless broadband options. This happened as phones became smarter and the 3G and 4G networks began a new portable nation of Internet users.

The mobile wireless broadband technology is something that is picking up a lot of speed for very obvious reasons. People just need some type of way to access the Internet when they are away from the office. The increase in smart phones and tablet PCs have given people the ability to work on away from home. More users have signed up with companies like Sprint and Verizon to get this type of technology.

It's great for people that do not want to pay cable companies even if they live in the city. People that get these services will save a lot more than they would buy getting cable.

Wireless Broadband vs. Cable Internet

Cable providers are trying to get customers to commit to the bundle packages. More of these providers are failing to keep customers interested in their services. The wireless broadband provider has stolen a lot of business from cable companies.

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