Lacey, wife to a published author , mama to (7),(6), our Angel Faith born to Heaven April 2013, (8mo) and expecting another bundle November 2015
Mother to one wonderful 5 year old son and another on the way, caretaker of dogs, cats, chickens and worms. EDD 12/11/2011
There is also 3G/4G Internet access. That is what you'd typically regard as cellular access. Clear is probably the best-known home provider:
happy homesteading-homebirthing-homeschooling-student midwife-mama to a small handful of little ones and joyful wife to my artist man.
Before I moved here I had CLEAR and I hated it. It was down about 1 week of the month, if it rained hard, hang it up you werent getting service and I had 2 towers within a mile of my house in METRO atlanta!
Actually, this prompted me to run a test on my download speed, it's the same as it was when I was paying for "turbo rr". Makes me wonder with them sometimes.
Not the cheapest option here, but the company we wanted.
Ours is $30 mnth through the phone company, hi-speed. Works great. We could have a bit faster package but at our distance we cannot get it any faster anyway.
We pay $30/month for Clear which is available in some major metropolitan areas. It's kind of weird, you arent connecting to a cable or to a phone line, they send you a wireless receiver that you connect to you computer and it picks up the signal from the nearest tower. It's cheap and very fast so I'm happy.