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Either plug Ethernet cable to the port first on the left of the back of the system or, if it's wireless, go to Network settings in the settings section on your ps3 menu, push easy, push scan, press x on your network name, save it, test connection. If errors occur, it is the internet, not the ps3.
Under settings scroll all the way to the bottom to network settings. then go to internet conection settings and you will configure the hook up. and dont forget to sighn up for the playstation network towards the right where the blue ball is on the ps3 menu if your going to play or do anything online. hope this helps
Internet gaming takes up massive amounts of bandwidth. A simple cell phone modem would certainly not be able to handle the intensity of playing a PS3 online. I would advise in you just getting a router, and since you didn't mention a true internet service, possibly even an ISP (Internet Service Provider) if you don't have one.