Advances in technology in recent years have meant that sitting in the same place to use the computer and access the Internet is very much a thing of the past. Wireless Internet has revolutionised the work place, the home, and enabled people to work while out and about and when travelling. Here’s how you can benefit from connecting to the Internet wirelessly:
• At work. Move with ease around the office, from desk to boardroom to lunch room enabled by a wireless Internet connection set up in the office. There’s no need to email documents from one computer to another, simply set up wirelessly and move laptops and tablets around the office as you need them, such as from your office to the boardroom for an important business presentation.
• At home. Move freely and effortlessly from room to room throughout your house. Read recipes off the Internet on your laptop in the kitchen, research flights and hotels for an upcoming trip in the lounge room, enter a competition you just saw advertised on the television whilst in the TV room, look up facts and figures on the net from your home office or study, or set the kids up with the Internet for homework in their bedrooms. The best part – connect your printer to a wireless system and print from anywhere in the house.
• When you’re on the move. From laptops to tablets and mobile phones, there is no reason to never have access to the Internet. Advances in Internet-enabled portable devices have seen the introduction and success of products such as iPads, Smart Phones and BlackBerries. Whether it’s for checking and replying to emails, entertainment purposes on public transport or doing some research on the go, you will always find good uses for wireless Internet.
• When travelling. Whether you’re travelling for work or pleasure, you can always be assured you’ll have the Internet at your fingertips with wireless Internet. Use wireless Internet to keep in touch with family and friends, navigate your way or book a hotel room – the options are endless.
There are a number of wireless broadband plan options available from a variety of broadband providers across Australia to suit your needs and budget. These options differ in price, download speed, download limit and contract terms. However, if contracts are not for you, choose the flexibility and non-commitment of prepaid or pay as you go wireless broadband .
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