A broadband internet service provider can’t deliver the same speeds you’re used to from your mobile internet provider, or you can’t use the same data or applications as other people online.
In fact, if you want the same speed and speed of an internet connection, you need to be connected to a mobile network.
What to know about mobile broadband services What is a mobile broadband service?
A mobile broadband provider can offer internet access to its customers at any time, anywhere, from anywhere in the world.
It can also provide mobile broadband internet access at a lower cost than a local broadband provider, depending on how much bandwidth it has.
This means that a mobile internet service could offer speeds that are comparable to the speeds available in a broadband service from a different provider.
What is the difference between a mobile and broadband internet provider?
Mobile internet providers can offer services that include internet access, mobile broadband access and mobile broadband data services, but they can’t offer broadband internet.
A mobile internet connection can also be a high-speed internet service, but it’s not as fast as a broadband internet connection.
Where can I get a mobile Internet service?
If you want to use a mobile phone service or a mobile data service from an internet service company, you’ll need to connect your phone to a network using a fixed wireless network.
There are two ways to connect to the network: a mobile mobile broadband connection (known as a ‘fixed wireless’ connection) and a mobile fixed wireless connection.
What’s a mobile wireless connection?
A fixed wireless service means that you can use your phone in an enclosed space, rather than having it connected to the internet from a fixed network.
It means that there’s no room for you to move around in the home, so there’s less potential for the internet to drop out of the phone.
A fixed connection is also a more secure connection.
For example, a fixed mobile broadband link can only be used for calling or messaging.
If you don’t want to pay a monthly fee for a mobile connection, a mobile Fixed Wireless service can be a cheaper alternative.
For more information about fixed wireless networks, see the Wireless Networks section of our guide.
What about mobile internet data services?
A data service can only deliver a limited amount of data, usually between 20 and 100 megabytes per day.
However, a data service provider could offer unlimited data or data packages for more than 100 megabyte per day, for example.
In addition, a service can’t charge you for data or use it as part of a contract.
You’ll need a data contract to use the service, and the data service must be approved by the data provider.
This is called a data roaming agreement.
What does the data roaming deal mean for me?
If the mobile data provider you’re connected to has a roaming agreement with another data service, it will apply to you and you’ll only be able to use their data service when you’re on the same network as the other service.
For details, see Data roaming deals.
What mobile data services can I buy?
Mobile data services that can be used across different networks can be purchased from mobile data providers.
If the service is a fixed or mobile wireless internet service or mobile fixed network, it’s called a fixed data service.
The price of a fixed fixed wireless internet connection depends on the data speed available, as well as the data capacity.
You can use the data connection for data packages and call charges, but you can only use the internet service if it’s part of the fixed wireless plan.
For full details, read about data roaming deals: What happens if I disconnect my phone from a mobile device?
If your mobile data connection is disconnected from your phone or tablet, you can disconnect it from the network.
You may also be asked to re-connect your phone, or switch to another data connection.
If your internet connection is still available, you may be able get data for it from another mobile internet network.
For detailed information about data caps and data roaming, read our guide on data roaming.
How can I choose a data plan?
You can choose a plan from a range of different providers depending on your needs.
Find out more about data plans.
What if I want a data package?
You might also be able use a data option when you sign up to a fixed internet or mobile data plan.
This could include a fixed price, data speed, data packages, or data caps.
You will need to pay upfront for a fixed plan, which means that data prices will usually be higher than the advertised price.
For information on data prices and data packages that may be available to you, see our guide Data pricing and data package options.
How much data can I use with my mobile data package, fixed or fixed wireless?
The maximum amount of internet data a data provider can charge you is limited by the mobile internet speeds you use.
You must connect your device to a device that can access the internet at least twice per week