For the last few years "wi-fi" has dominated the wireless industry. Most every computer today has wi-fi built into it. And that's great when you stop at a coffee shop and need to connect to the internet. It's good at hotels that offer wi-fi services (at a fee) to their guests.
But what about all the times you're on a job site and wi-fi isn't available? What about the costs of using wi-fi at hotels and airports? Is it cost effective? Is there a better way to stay connected?
Sprint provides mobile broadband services on their nationwide network. Wi-fi signals carry about 300 feet. Sprint's signal carries 3 miles! So Sprint can make an entire city a hotspot, not just your corner coffee shop or pricey business hotel.
With Sprint's mobile broadband service you can stay connected in more places than any other service, with speeds as fast as DSL! This makes it much easier to go to a job site and complete the job entirely. Do the work, generate the reports, upload and email them to your clients, all from...whereever you are!
Visit the Mobile Broadband Network to learn more about this service.