CNIA Cellular Network Internet Access

CNIA Cellular Network Internet Access
Lome, Togo West Africa
Monday, June 18, 2007

I think this makes sense, take the words:

Cellular Network


Internet Access


CNIA - Cellular Network Internet Access

I feel there is mass confusion, as I read of many ways to access the internet with the essential conduit being a cell phone. The information is being explained starting with a specific technology, then going to general, and it just does not make sense.

The Cellular Network is the pivotal idea! It is the essential ingredient.
I need the cell phone to access the network, then onto the internet.

The confusion or my clarity on the problem is this, I travel from country to country, I do not have many options or choices, and I must use the internet system that is available. I keep searching for a truly wireless solution that covers the whole country.

I have many readers who recommend something that works for them, when in reality I can only use what works in the place where I am at, what is used where they are located is not applicable. Maybe if I reworded the terms, I could find out what I want.

I do not care or what to know how it works, I just want to use my computer and a Prepaid SIM card and access the internet. I keep searching for more information and it seems like an advertisement on how much we know and not explaining in practical words.

CNIA Cellular Network Internet Access

Tell me what is available using a cell phone, the local cellular network and my computer together to access the internet?

I am not excited to hear, in Belgium there is high speed this, and that, I like them am wanting to help me and others go to Africa, etc.

Ok, I now want to know, how can I access the Internet in Cameroon using the Cellular Network. What options are available under the for Cellular Network Internet Access?



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CNIA Cellular Network Internet Access


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I was beginning to wonder much like you do now if satellite ISP’s where ever going to offer better plans and prices than some of their ground based competition. I went looking on the internet a couiple of days ago for ISP’s that offer satellite broadband internet connections to begin pricing their services. I have to say I was surprised by a few that where really good but there was also the usual overpriced, overhyped service plans. I swear, some of them make it sound like you’re going to be able to stand at the South Pole and download 10 zettabyte’s a second. Thankfully most people like myself who are looking for mobile connections know better than to fall for those kinds of promises. I haven’t totally decided on which company to give my business to yet but I’m leaning towards IP Access International.

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