Mobile Broadband: An Evaluation


Over the past few years, internet has taken a place in our lives as a necessary evil. Mentioning the total reliance upon the digital world sounds a apocryphal statement these days. The domestic life, trade, education, sports. Almost everywhere, there is a cry for a speedy internet. In an attempt to improve the reliability and the speed, mobile broadband was introduced, almost as an antidote to turtle slow line up connections. Its success is highlighted by the awe-striking stats alone. The ever-enlarging swarm of subscriptions alone is a representative of the technology’s success. Probably a major factor was played by the incessant improvements; here the reference is to successive generations. Well, Mobile broadband is a reality today.

Now it is prudent to judge anything, even it sounds great. A critical analysis is bound to bring out the best and the worst in anything. Mobilt Bredbånd should be no exception either. Let us have a look at the pros and cons of this wonderful facility in detail.


  • The accessibility is just wonderful. No need of wires if mobile broadband is your choice.

The ease of access is just celestial as compared to the lineup connections. If you are bound for a long journey although you really had to complete an online task, do not fret. Just turn your 2G, 3G on.

  • Easy to use. Definitely, when you compare it to setting up a dial up connection. Also, there is a onetime installment.
  • You do not need a line phone if you are planning to install the mobile broadband.
  • It is more secure as compared to the other options, here the data is encrypted.
  • Voice over internet protocol is cooler over the mobile broadband.


There are always some bad spots, no matter how shiny the surface is. Let us have a look at some of these unwanted features of the mobile broadband:

  • There is no guarantee of a streamlined signal supply. Hindrances can cut out on the signal efficiency.
  • There is a particular limit to use the mobile broadband. Companies provide these “packages” as they call them. You can use a certain number of Megabytes and gigabytes only. This involves both uploading and downloading. Even in the case of unlimited broadband, you will most likely be transferred to a slower service if you go above a certain level, though this access will not cost you anything.
  • Too much of a good thing can be actually harmful. People forget when to stop surfing if they have too much to spend on packages of mobile broadband.
  • These bytes are quite hard to come by. Prices are shooting up all the time, because now the companies have realized that without their services, people will be entirely dependent upon the old turtles, the dial up connections.

Hopefully, now you can choose wisely between what is frugal or expensive for you. Speed thrills but it kills as well, so do not only go for the faster connections!