Mobile Broadband (or Wireless Wide Area
A Mobile Broadband network, also known as a Wireless Wide Area Network
(WWAN), is a high-speed digital cellular network that provides Internet
access over a much wider geographical area than a WLAN, which typically
covers only from 100 to 1000 feet.
Your computer can maintain Mobile Broadband network access as long as the
computer is within a cellular-data coverage zone. Contact your service
provider for coverage details.
Even if you are able to make a call from your cellular phone in a specific
geographical location, that location may not necessarily be within a cellular-data
FOR MORE INFORMATION:
networks (Wireless Wide Area Networks), see the following
Windows Help and Support: click Start
Help and Support
Any device guides for the Mobile Broadband cards that may
have come with your computer
Any device guides that may have come on the media that
accompanied your card if you purchased it separately.
To learn more about Mobile Broadband
Networks (LAN, Wireless, Mobile Broadband)