Wireless Internet Providers

You can now find cheap wireless internet service providers for the fastest broadband connection in your home or office. Select from a range of ISP companies providing high speed DSL services for as little as $14.95 per month.

ProviderWireless Internet Broadband DetailsPrice $/moMore information
Verizon Wireless Internet
Download speeds of up to 1Mbps for just $24.99 per month guaranteed for life with free wireless router worth $55 when you order today
$24.99 Call Toll Free 24x7
877 269 0275
AT&T Wireless Internet*
Up to 3.0Mbps download speeds from just $14.95 per month together with 11 free email addresses. * with qualifying voice package for 12/mo
$14.95 Call Toll Free 24x7
877 269 0275
Xfinity® Wireless
Get Xfinity® wirelessly thoughout your home with super fast download speeds of up to 20.0Mbps. This package also includes free xfinityTV.com and ESPN
$34.99 Call Toll Free 24x7
877 269 0222
CenturyLink High Wireless Internet
Up to 10Mbps download speed from $14.95 per month (this price provides speeds of 768 Kbps). Includes online back up of your data and free question wireless access
$14.95 Call Toll Free 24x7
877 269 0275

What is Wireless Internet ?

Going wireless simply means that you have no cables to worry about from your laptop or desktop computer. You will need a wireless router that connects into your main broadband connection through your telephone line. This drives the internet and a wireless card in your computer.

Your router should be set up for the highest security settings to be able to surf safely. Set up instructions are included to provide a wireless signal sent continuously from the router to your card to have a trouble free connection.

There should be a card slot in your laptop where the wireless card just slots into with ease. Most laptops already have wireless capabilities built in so you shouldn't have to invest in any new technology. Other methods require a USB port where the card or wireless device is very small and just protrudes a little out of the side of your computer.

You also use a desktop computer to connect to your wireless router if it's not close to your main internet connection. A card is also required and you can connect as many desktops, laptops and printers from around your home to run off your main router hub.

Once you have a card in your laptop you can then access other publically available wireless networks perhaps at coffee shops or even McDonalds now. This service is generally completely free of charge although their network will be unsecure so be careful on your usage. These connections are good for general surfing and accessing sites where you don't need to enter your personal data.

Other options to consider are cell phone internet but high access charge may make this prohibitive. Most cell phones can connect to wireless networks so you can connect your cell phone to your own home network in much the same way as your computer. You generally won't need an additional card as the technology is already built into the phone.

Finding the Right Wireless Provider

The quality of any wireless signal is dependent on how far you are from the router and your service provider. Most providers offer free routers with new packages and most perform well. The location of your equipment in relation to your router could have a negative effect on performance.

If the signal has to travel through solid concrete walls then you may not be able to connect well. There are systems that use your home electricity cables which provide a fast uninterrupted service.

The other important element is to select an internet service of high speed. Choose an operator in your area that offers at least 3-4Mbps in download speed to enjoy online services as they were meant to be. Call our customer services team now on 1-866-937-9124 for free impartial advice.