On the Go with a New Internet M.O


Wireless 4G services are being implemented by mobile phone companies in step with modern technology, and customers are benefitting with faster cellular internet services than ever before, available on a wider coverage than previously possible. The secret lies in 4G’s use of Internet Protocol communication that relays signals through the air without the reliance on wires that would otherwise limit the coverage. Although 4G technology is still in relative infancy and is not as widely available as the possibilities might promise, the future of cellular internet service is bright.


Super Cell


The main benefit of 4G wireless internet is the ability for mobile devices to connect to the internet ‘on the go, ‘ with the eventual aim being a coverage map as wide as the given country. Wireless technology utilizes similar services to cell phone technology, giving mobile users internet coverage in most areas where cell phone coverage is currently available.


Most users can locate the areas that are able to receive 4G connections by checking which areas provide them with a cellular connection. 4G providers like Verizon, AT&T and Blackberry Q10 Specifications  take advantage of preexisting cellular coverage in order to introduce cellular internet without having to re-implement their established ranges, and customers who are familiar with their service provider will be able to know instantly where and when they can access 4G technologies through their mobile device.

Faster Than a Speeding Bullet

4G technology offers mobile internet with quality that is comparable to broadband home connections. It improves existing smartphone connections between four and ten times the 3G predecessor, and the superior processing similarly allows quicker download times, video chatting, movie streams and other popular internet pastimes that were previously unavailable, inaccessible or pixelated on slower 3G connections. 4G technology also opens up a new frontier for gamers who could not access reliable multiplayer options on their favorite platforms before cellular internet kicked into high gear.

The Cost of Progress

4G technology is quickly becoming an essential development for mobile devices, and with new essentials come new price tags. The recent iPhone unveiling of the 4G LTE costs a pretty penny – several thousand of them. The lowest privacy plans starting out at 500 megabytes are in the low $40s with AT&T’s service provider, while Sprint charges $80 a month for unlimited data plans. Luckily, those dreaded price plans with low data ceilings are quickly being overturned by the popularity of unlimited data plans. Advertisement and promotional incentives are also offering new customer’s discounted 4G technology with bundled purchases.

4G Is the Future

There is not a single area in which 4G networks pale in comparison to 3G networks. Even their high price tags are comparable with the prices of 3G technology when it first debuted to the market. Cellular internet is allowing people to access the world wide web from anywhere in the world, and it is quickly catching up to the speeds offered by competing home broadband connections in ways never before possible.

Darren Newberg is a computer and internet expert. He enjoys blogging on the subject, sharing his knowledge on consumer and tech-related blogs.