wireless Internet Access

Try to get Wireless Internet Access Plan in the office so I can access web outside of my company network. Any good provider working good?
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For Sprint, look at http://coverage.sprintpcs.com/IMPACT.jsp?covType=sprint
and click Data, Email and MultiMedia in the lower right corner of the page to check for coverage in your area. The orange spots are about 35x faster than dialup... the green is only about 10x faster than dialup.

If you get the regular PCM card or USB adapter there are routers (by Linksys, Kyocera, DLink and Draytek, so far) you can plug them into and share the connection among multiple computers wired and/or wirelessly (and keep the router/card in a fixed location for best reception), but I've yet to see a router that takes the 'Express' card adapters (34mm wide at the tip, if I recall correctly), which many newer notebooks accept.

Is that what you had in mind?

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