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October 3, 2008

Wireless broadband from Freedom


by David Allen

A new wireless broadband service is available from the provider Freedom4.

This service utilises both 3G and Wi-Fi to get the best available connection, depending on which service offers the better connection when the user is on their travels.

The service uses a dongle to access the network of hotspots provided by Spectrum Interactive and Briteyellow, of which there are about four thousand in the UK and fifty thousand globally.

This is aided by the 3G service to give an estimated UK coverage of around ninety nine per cent.

The connections have been tested at a maximum of 17 Mbps, but the average connection speed has been logged at 2.8 Mbps.

This service has a starting price of £25 per month. This price includes the dongle and a mix of 1,000 Mb of 3G or 1,000 Wi-Fi minutes to suit the customer’s needs.

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