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There are two ways of getting on line outside your home. 1- you can use a wireless card, built in if yopu're machine has the capability or a universal card. The universal cards are sold at Walmart or Bestbuy and come in bus port or usb port styles. If you use a built in or universal card, you will need to find a location that has free wifi, ie... Macdonald's, Wendy's, Burger King, shopping malls, coffee shops, hotel/motel, etc... all of these offer free wifi. The upside is that it's free, the downside is you have to find a place with free wifi. 2- you can go through your cellular provider, ie... AT&T, Cingular, Sprint, US Cellular, whoever you have and get an airtime wireless card. The cards are around $150, then you will have a monthly charge of around $60. This will allow you to connect anywhere, anytime, as long as you have a signal.
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