There is a great commercial here in the states that is about competing broadband providers. It shows a husband and wife that are turtles and they are shown complaining that there internet is too fast. So the wife asks the husband to push the computer away from the house to reduce the speed of their internet connection. They are trying to make the case that cable internet is better and faster than DSL. Many of the companies are now offering no contract broadband in order to expand the market to those who are not willing to sign onto a two year agreement. This is true in my opinion and you can certainly tell in videos and other heavy graphics. More and more companies are placing video and other flash animation in their sites to attract and retain more customers. The days of surfing the internet for just information are gone and it is now an entertainment vehicle.
Broadband has taken our lives to a whole new level. With unimaginable speeds that they offer, the untamed virtual world of the internet is before you in the wink of an eye. Companies like www.clearwirelessinternet.com use WIMax technology to turn cities into wireless hotspots offering 4G connectivity. They are growing across the country and adding new cities all the time . A home broadband connection needs a separate cable or a phone line and is ideal for the average internet user and also for online entertainment buffs who download huge chunks of internet content. But for a person who’s always on the move and needs to be connected at all times, mobile broadband is the answer.
While home broadband binds you to a place, mobile broadband gives you wings, leaving the internet at your disposal no matter where you are. Mobile broadband is provided by devices such as USB modems (commonly known as dongles), USB sticks, PC data cards and also by phones that have data modems. With mobile broadband, you not only get the advantage of super-fast internet connection on the go, but also freedom from a fixed line and place. One can get connected without the fussy installation guides; all it takes is a simple plug and you’re online.