Monthly Archives: June 2009

How much is 5 Gigabytes?

If you use a cellular service for your broadband Internet connection as you travel, you are probably aware of the 5 Gigabyte per month limitation on your usage. The obvious question, once you’re told that your account has a 5GB/mo … Continue reading

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Internet by Tethered Cellphone – Reboot

We are currently at a rally in Albert Lea, Minnesota.  We’re using our Verizon Cell phone, tethered to our laptop , for our Internet access.  (To see what I mean by Tethered cell phone, watch the video on this page.)  … Continue reading

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Wireless Internet – 3 ways

Ever since we started living in our motorhome in 2003, we’ve been learning, and teaching, about how to connect to High-Speed Internet on the road. We were doing this in seminars long before we started making our Computer Tutorial Videos. … Continue reading

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Internet by Data Card for Travelers

Your options for connecting to the Internet have changed a lot in the 6 years we’ve been on the road. In 2004 we had to convince people that high-speed was better than dial up. The main option was Wi-Fi. Cellular … Continue reading

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