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You can go to www.meritline.com or any other website and order a usb wireless adapter for a reasonable price (10 to 20 dollars). You can also purchase one locally if you're in a hurry at Radio Shack, Best Buy, Office Depot, but it will probably cost you more. Once you obtain a wireles adapter you can install the software and the adapter and use them to connect (free) to any wireless connection available provided it is not a secured site. I use mine to connect to the internet at the library, at mcdonald's, at starbuck's and anywhere there is an AT&T hotspot (My ISP is AT&T).
If you want to connect anywhere, anytime, and don't mind paying you can purchase, Sprint, Clear, Verizon, or one of many other wireless services available for a monthy.
Have fun and good luck!
Posted on Sep 17, 2010
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