What do you do with mobile data?
Mobile data traffic is wireless Internet through the network of your mobile operator. With Wi-Fi you are dependent on the range of your wireless router or hotspot reliable. Mobile internet however allows you to wherever there is good network coverage on Internet. This makes it very convenient for workers on the job, which move quickly need a reliable connection.
How do I use mobile internet?
Mobile Internet we know today, especially on our smartphone.If your mobile phone has 3G, you can create your operator’s network connection. Nowadays there are more tablets a micro-SIM and the same can. Most laptops are not yet in place, but they can with a 3G stick online. This is a USB stick with 3G chip and a micro-SIM, providing you with any laptop can also use the mobile Internet.
How much bandwidth do I use?
How many megabytes you need is a very individual question. But there are some indications. According Mobistar uses a mobile surfer on his mobile average of 10 megabytes per month. Laptop and Tablet surfers consume an average of 200 megabytes per month (figures from the first quarter of 2012). Base has fifty megabytes per month per customer regardless of the device (figures from late 2011).
What is a mobile hotspot?
With a mobile hotspot (sometimes called tethering) share the Internet connection of a device with other devices. Suppose for example you have a Smartphone that can do tethering on, then a small (secure) WiFi network where you then create your tablet and / or laptop can connect to it.
The advantage is that you only have a data plan and that you should close your mobile Internet quickly make available for other devices.
Can you everywhere mobile browsing?
Yes and no. Mobistar and Proximus have 3G coverage respectively more than 91 and 97 percent of the population. The remainder is largely completed by Edge (2G). This is the slower 3G predecessor. In Base 3G network currently reaches just over 85 percent of the population.
Please note that these networks particularly fast in the city. About the same speed in a deserted place in the Ardennes or on a speeding train hoped for, will be disappointed.
What is 4G?
4G (you’ll never guess) the successor of 3G. In optimal conditions get you 80 to 100 Mbit / s. In practice this will be slightly less, but still enough for an above average broadband connection to match.
On 4G is in Belgium still wait. The three Belgian mobile operators have a 4G license and testing the technology currently companies. Belgacom promises a commercial offer ‘for the end of 2012. Mobistar this plant from 2013. Base will also launch its network in 2012, albeit only in two cities.
What are the benefits and risks?
Mobility is undoubtedly the biggest advantage. With mobile internet can via laptop or smartphone virtually anywhere. At the same time you have your own connection between your phone and your operator. That makes a 3G connection on the go a lot more reliable than a Wi-Fi network from the hotel or a public network.
The biggest risk is an unexpectedly high bill. Modern Smartphones are regularly connected to the Internet (for example, to check for new mails). Who then no mobile internet subscription has been sitting, often pay a lot more.
Moreover, mobile internet, like telephoning abroad, a lot more expensive. Fortunately Europe this summer maximum rates imposed for data roaming. So you pay within the EU up to 70 cents per megabyte (excluding VAT). Outside Europe, switch your mobile web best from your mobile device, unless you really need it.
Author Bio – Syed Qasim is part time tech blogger. He has a great experience in Internet Marketing. Now a day he is working on his Technology Guest Blogging Site. He is writing on InfoVast & android apps. Thanks
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