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Wireless Datacards in India Changed Lives!

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    Default Wireless Datacards in India Changed Lives!

    The scenario of web browsing has changed a lot with the advent of wireless datacards. The wireless data cards from brands like Reliance, Airtel, Tata, Aircel, Vodafone, Idea, and BSNL have really changed the lives of those who are dependent on internet. Now comes the fast age of internet browsing even while you are on the go. And almost all these wireless data cards come at handy prices and superb connectivity. Airtel, BSNL, and Reliance take the major share with their unlimited connectivity even to the remotest areas of the country.

    However if you take other cards like Idea, Tata, Vodafone, and Aircel, there won’t be any difficulty in connectivity because all the service providers have sharing terms and conditions. So if you go to an area where there is no Idea services, you would perhaps be given the network connectivity either by Airtel, Reliance or BSNL or any such connection that is functional in that area.

    BSNL wireless data cards: The introduction of 3G by BSNL also called EVODO, has changed the face of BSNL. The BSNL 3G Data Card are meant for all sorts of internet activities and are highly useful to those who need internet to check emails anytime one wishes and from any place. Fastest uploads at a speed up to 1.8Mbps

    Airtel Wireless Data Cards: The wireless Airtel data card for prepaid users in various cities across India that will facilitate one to have network/connectivity even in some remotest places in the nation. Whether you use a laptop, notebook, or personal computer you can connect to internet round the clock with such a data card while you are on the move. The card is compatible to all sorts of OS like Windows 2000/XP/XP Tablet/XP Pro and Mac Operating Systems. You get high speed internet connectivity round the clock through Airtel EDGE network.

    Reliance Wireless data cards: The wireless coverage speed is nearly 3.1 Mbps which is excellent. You can download large files in very less time. There is no fluctuation of speed as in case of other USB modems of other network. You have various plans from the Reliance Broadband+ Evdo. There are night plans, night unlimited plans, city based unlimited plans, national unlimited plans, pay as you go plan, fixed GB download plan and others.

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    This post is from 2010, four years ago and from that time there are no WiFi 3G dongles which have been introduced, I seriously wonder what will be next.

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    Now it is the time for factory unlocked WiFi datacards. You don't have to worry about which service provider you are subscribed to. If you are in an area where a particular service provider has no signal/service, just go for another service provider and insert the SIM in the dongle. You are all set to surf the Internet.

    WiFi connectivity through data cards is a real blessing if you have more than one device. New models have the capacity to accommodate 10 devices or more at a time. But I think then you need to compromise on the speed. You can escape from those confusing cables/wires too.

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