Usb Broadband Dongles
Some of the popular USB broadband dongles include T-Mobile, Orange, 3, Vodafone, etc. The problem with these dongles is that you must sign long-term contracts to get free devices. T-Mobile however offers dongles with some of their packages and you get 1.8 Megabytes of Internet connection. The device is easy to install and all you need to do after installation is plug it into your USB port on your computer.
Since WordCraft in 1980 came out with the first software protected dongles, it seems more companies are creating their own unique devices. Dongle was created as one of the simplest passive devices that supplied users with data to pins of Commodore PET peripheral cassettes ports.
The cassettes back then had ports that supplied both data and power connections via a proprietary margin connector. There were problems with those cassettes because sometimes they were impracticable. Thus, innovative USB Broadband Dongles had to be developed to solve the problems.
To help solve the problems the 3 Mobile Broadband 15 Gig was created with the Vodafone 3 Gig, Orange 1 Gig, and the T-Mobile Plus.
The three USB Broadband dongles are the no wires, no hassle solutions. You have access to the Internet at broadband speeds and 3.6 megabytes per second on download allowance. You have Plug-n-Play installation on Windows 2000, XP, and Vista as well as on Macintosh 10.4 and 10.5 OS. Probably are you had to pay monthly fees to get this dongle free and you must sign a contract. This is true of T-Mobile, Orange, and Vodafone. But, hey if you use their services or willing to switch mobile plans it is worth the while because all three dongles is said to be superb devices.
If you choose this option you should compare T-Mobile, Orange, three, and Vodafone’s choices. T-Mobile for example offers 1.8-Megabyte connection while three offers 3.6. The dongles are offered on a contract term and under the Tariff plans if you are interested.
Compare the plans, 3 offers you the USB Modem or USB broadband dongles with user guide, warranty card, and drivers. Each company may offer something different. Vodafone offers the free USB modem stick with three Gigs. It is said to be faster than the speeds of lightening with download speeds up to 7.2 Megabytes per second. It is fourteen times faster than the three Gigs. This means you can browse the Internet without waiting. You also get “superfast” download and 100 hours free web browsing. It comes with 200 tracks and 100 short-videos with 2000 e-mails.
This far it seems Vodafone has the best option, but it pays to continue shopping around until you find the best USB Broadband dongles that suit your budget and needs. Don’t forget to review Orange’s offers.