I have one and it works anyplace a digital Verizon signal is available. There are a few places left where an Extended Network will not allow it to be used, but those are few and far between in my experience. We travel all over the US so get pretty good exposure to a lot of different areas.clintchism said:Has anyone had any experience using the Air card from Verizon wireless to access the internet with a laptop?
What's the difference between "broadband" and "national?" I understand that Verizon has a fast internet service in about 20 major cities only. I'm probably never in any of them.
Pat said:Is there any reasonably priced satellite internet that does not require a TV subscription and provides internet service all over the country and possibly Canada?
I have a satellite dish mounted on my roof with a couple boxes in a storage bin that auto focus the thing and receive signals.
I'm skeptical that their National Access could be any better. I find the dialup is adequate for email and small downloads, and I've learned to use the night and weekend times.
I'm thinking of getting a PCMCIA card for dialup to Verizon Wireless and wonder if they can activate both the card and the phone.
It will still use your minutes but if you have unlimited off peak and night time minutes you can use it then with out using your day minutes.Pat said:You're saying I can dial a 777 number and connect to the internet and not use cellphone minutes?
You're saying I can dial a 777 number and connect to the internet and not use cellphone minutes?