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I've been reading about internet cards lately.
And I've been wondering.

what is the difference between Internet Cards, and Unlocked Internet Cards?

Do Unlocked internet cards mean you don't got to pay to use the internet?

o.0???
Answers, please I can't find anything.
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Never heard of unlocked (or locked) Internet cards for computers. Sure you are not talking about cell phones?
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http://www.newegg.co...N82E16875998339


AT&T Unlocked Internet Card.
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Thanks for providing the link. So we are not talking about cell phones, but are talking about using cell phone technology. See, What are Unlocked Cell Phones?.
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so what is a unlocked internet card?

anyone know at all?
and how it could help me?
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Ummm, I thought my reply made it clear. You use that card to connect to the Internet via a cell phone network.
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Why didn't you just say that then?

XD

And do you need to have a Cell Phone plan to use it?

Edited by TheWhiteRose000, 11 May 2009 - 03:16 PM.

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Why didn't you just say that then?

Because it's a computer card, and it uses a cell phone network - it's use seems obvious. As for a plan, I would expect so. I don't see Sprint or ATT letting you use it for free.
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I wonder if there is one that can be used for free.
Free Broad Band = Yayness.
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I wonder if there is one that can be used for free.
Free Broad Band = Yayness.
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