What are some good internet services that support cable?
I'm looking around online for an internet service that has high speed connection and good for online games (Steam games, etc.). The only two I know is Xfinity and Earthlink but I want to know is there any other internet services you guys could suggest?
Question answered by tbshmkr
XFinity IS cable (ComCast) Internet.
You could look/ask around your community for other Internet Service Providers.
Is blackberry a good mobile without using its internet services?
I am planning to buy a bb curve 9300 but i may not use its internet services.so will it be a good mobile or i will buy a samsung omnia pro b7330??.PLEASE I WANT A FAST ANSWER.
Question answered by
Oh no, the internet service is required to use other features like mobile e-mail, app world, and Blackberry messenger as well as social networking apps such as facebook and twitter, so if you aren't planning to use it then you will NOT make the best of a blackberry,If you do want to use the internet then here a few steps:
PAYG- BlackBerry Internet Service (BIS Data plan) which costs £5/$10 a month with no permanent contract, there are also top-up add ons with internet, free texts and calls.
Pay Monthly- A data plan with internet data allowance and e-mail included, there is a minimum term contract within 18-24 months after you first subscribe to a plan from most network providers which could be very hassling if you are not satisfied.
Network charges apply if you browse the internet outwith a pay monthly plan or a BIS plan.
My recommendation would be to buy a phone that is cheaper unlike smart phones as many people in my generation (teenagers/young adults) use it for consistent socialising and networking as well as entertainment.
How do I install my internet services to a new computer?
I have internet service with my local phone company. I just bought a new computer and was wondering how do I get my internet services to come up.
Question answered by rktavi
Did your phone company give you disks to install on the old one?If so just install them on the new one.
If not click Start > All Programs >Accessories > Communications > New Connection Wizard
What career paths do you take with an INTERNET SERVICES TECHNOLOGY degree?
I've been looking at some computer courses at my local college and stumbled upon INTERNET SERVICES TECHNOLOGY. It seems interesting to me but I don't know much about it or what direction one takes with this kind of degree. Can anyone shed some light on this area for me please?
Question answered by Vera
That depends on what courses you're taught there, and also on what your graduation diploma says.
what company offers Internet services without a phone line at a low price?
I don't have a house phone line and I already got Sat. TV, but I just want to order internet services without the bundles that come with them.
Question answered by It Only Gets Better!
Clearwire is your best option, DSL without phone service are going to run $50.00 or so after all the tax.
AT&T, Verizon and Sprint have wireless ISP but they are not cheap all are 50.00 and have usage limits.
If you live in a wireless service area.IE your cell works good
then check Clear Wire out, they have some good deals,
What operating system to use if i want to set up a small office. What internet services should i use?
internet services like broadband, etc? should i get a desktop or a laptop? what anti virus to use? what configurations for the desktop or laptop? not too expensive. video conferencing, tabulating montly expenses and researching on internet needed. help thanks needed for assignment.
Question answered by MASTER OF OZ
High Speed/DSL - Business are $50 min + a month based on speed you want ,etc.
Broadband is neighbor hood shared usage format so you'll have slow connection.
Desktop with an Webcam that you can unplug when you are not using it. and Flat Screen Monitors.
Ranges from $400+
Windows 7 Enterprise or Newest Mac OS - don't know the prices
Processing software: Microsoft 2010 or Libreoffice(free office suite)
Avast! : yearly Subscription
Norton 360: Unit Price not sure the price on it.
What is the cost of a cell phone and internet service in Guatemala?
An activated cell phone and internet services in Guatemala. Thanks advance for all your answers. =)
Question answered by ஜ☆§weet Angel☆ஜ
Well there are 3 cell phone providers: Tigo, Claro and Movistar.
With the 3 of them you can buy cheap phones activated for about $20 (included 100 minutes of calls).
The internet service, you can have it for $19.95 + tax, this price is per month.
My blackberry internet services and bbm is not working help?
So my new 9320 blackberry internet services are not working, including my bbm. I have spoken to many people who said to take out the battery and sim, when the device is on, I have done that and it still hasn't worked? What has ever people done, which worked?
Question answered by zbalat
BBM and data require BlackBerry Internet Service (data).
Contact your wireless provider to add data to your wireless plan.
If you have a data plan, contact your provider to properly set up BIS.
What types of internet services work with laptops?
Is wireless the only internet service that i can use without having to have my laptop plugged in?
Question answered by Tom
It depends on the hardware in your computer. If you have an ethernet port, then you can connect to the internet via a wired connection, if you have a wireless card then you can access wireless internet. if you have an older 56k modem then you can connect to dial up (most likely you wont ever use this)
check your computer specs and see what your laptop supports. Most likely you have a wireless and ethernet (wired) connection.
How does free internet service work?
I have paid internet service but I may have to let it get disconnected for a few days and I was wondering if I download one of the free internets, (NetZero, Juno) How does it work? Also, do I have to download it before my paid internet is disconnected? I read that I could get 10 free hours per month but I will only be out a few days. Thanks.
Question answered by roderick_young
The free internet service is generally dial-up service. What that means is you need a landline phone, and a modem. 10 years ago, it was common for computers or laptops to come with modems, but if your computer is new, you may not have a dial-up ("56k") modem. Also, bear in mind that dialup is many times slower than DSL or cable, although it's tolerable if all you want to do is email and not video.
The free services work something like this: when you sign up, you're required to give a credit card number. If you ever go over the allotted 10 hours per month, you're automatically enrolled in their paid plan. Ideally, you would hope that they just cut you off at 10 hours, but it doesn't work that way. You continue without warnings, and they take it out of your credit card.
If you are disconnecting for financial reasons, check with one of your neighbors. They might let you onto their wi-fi, if you're on good terms with them.