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AT&T Wireless Internet Reliability

AT&T’s reliability is tied to their coverage and speed. AT&T coverage is best in cities. However, it has been known to be spotty while traveling on the road.

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AT&T Coverage | Wireless Broadband

AT&T’s coverage for wireless internet is best in urban areas. You can expect 3G mobile broadband speeds. If you are traveling between cities expect EDGE or GPRS speeds.

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AT&T Wireless Internet Speed

AT&T Wireless Internet speed tests show average download speeds ranging from 600-1400 kbps and upload speeds ranging 500-800 kbps. Who has the fastest network? AT&T, Sprint or Verizon…

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AT&T Wireless Internet Cost (2008)

AT&T’s Wireless Internet cost (marketed as DataConnect for Laptops) is on par with the industry standard of about $60 per month. The difference with their service is what you get for the $60 a month.

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AT&T Quicksilver USBConnect Review

The AT&T Quicksilver is simple and classy. While 3G speeds coupled with plug and play usability makes for getting things done fast, it’d have been nice to have a microSD slot.

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Novatel V740 Aircard Review

The Merlin V740 is an average card. It’ll connect you at the standard Rev. A speeds where available. Otherwise you’ll be connecting at dialup speed.

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UTStarcom UM175 USB Aircard

The UM175 is a good card. However, you need to use it with a certain amount of care. The small space between the USB connection and the main device is a potential hazard.

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AT&T Option GT Ultra Review

The Option GT Ultra has this ‘butterfly’ antenna that doesn’t fly with me. It looks like a 2 year old could rip it off in a heartbeat. Other than that, the PC card is solid.

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