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On the Go Internet Access USB Modem

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Friday, January 6th, 2012

If you’re looking for On-the-Go Internet, mobile broadband access, the search ends here.

Getting a mobile internet connection is easy but getting the right one is not. As you might already know, there are several mobile broadband On the Go Internet access connections available, but what is the best one that fits your needs?

Not just a wireless internet connection.

When buying wireless On the Go Internet Access, what many don’t understand that is that they need a connection that suits their needs. With the plethora of wireless mobile broadband internet connections available today, its not surprising for one to get confused in the mix.

So, before picking up a wireless On the Go Internet Access, there are several things you need to know.

Before buying an On the Go Internet Connection

1. What is your data usage pattern?

First get an idea about what your usage is. Do you browse the internet for emails or are you a heavy downloader? A regular email user does not require a very high broadband data bandwidth while a heavy downloader absolutely requires a good bandwidth. So, figure out what your usage is first and choose accordingly.
For example, Datajack has several data plans starting from 200MB up to 5GB.
The 200GB plan is suitable for normal internet usage with no heavy downloading while the 5GB plan is suitable for heavy usage.

2. Do you travel often?

How mobile are you? Are you the traveling type who keeps moving all the time or are you the sedentary type? Do you have an internet connection at home and office? Figure out when you’d be using the internet. If you’re the frequent traveller, then an On the Go Internet Access will work perfect for you.

3. What device are you using mobile Internet on?

Next figure out, what device you’ll be using mobile broadband internet on. Is it a mobile phone or a laptop? If it’s a laptop, then a WiFi wireless internet card might suit you more than the USB Modem, which is more suited for laptops and computers.

Mobile WiFi Device or USB Modem for On the Go Internet Access?

Datajack has two amazing devices.

On the Go Internet Access USB Modem and On the Go Internet Access MiFi Card

Depending on your usage and data bandwidth calculations, you can either buy the Datajack USB Modem or the WiFi card for On the Go Internet Access.

3 Tips to increase internet speeds on your Datacard/USB Modem

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Tuesday, December 6th, 2011

So, if you’re on your home internet or WiFi/Datacard/USB connection, things can get painful if you’re not enjoying full speed internet. Not many people know how to get the best speeds on your internet connection. Let’s help.

Tip 1 to increase internet speeds on Datacard and USB Modems

If you’re on Internet Explorer, do the following to speed up your internet on your Datacard/USB.

  1. Go to “Start” and click on “Run”
  2. Enter “regedit” and hit “Ok” and now the Registry Editor will open
  3. Expand “HKEY_CURRENT_USER”
  4. Expand Software, Microsoft, Windows, Current Version
  5. Click on Internet Settings
  6. MaxConnectionPer1_0Server and MaxConnectionPerServer indicates the maximum number of connections per page
  7. Double click on one of these registries to change it. Set the radio button to DECIMAL and increase the values from default to a higher value, for example 10. Do the same with the other registry.

Tip 2 to increase internet speeds on Datacard and USB Modems

If you’re on Firefox, do the following to speed up your internet on your Datacard/USB.

  1. Start Firefox and type: about:config in the address bar and hit “Enter”.
  2. Type: network.http.pipe in the Filter search bar on top.
  3. Double click on the network.http.pipelining string to change its value to true.
    If you use a proxy, set network.http.proxy.pipelining to true as well.
  4. Double click on the network.http.pipelining.maxrequests string to change its interger value to 35.
  5. Right click anywhere on the Configuration screen and select “New” and then “Boolean”.
  6. Enter browser.turbo.enabled as the new Boolean name and click “Ok”. Now set the value of the Boolean to true.

Tip 3 to increase internet speeds on Datacard and USB Modems

First, go to Start -> Network -> Network and Sharing Center, and then click on “Manage Network Connections.”

In this screen, you’ll likely have a wireless connection displaying that it can’t connect to any network. Right-click on that icon and select “Properties.”

You’ll find both IPv6 and IPv4 enabled. Go ahead and uncheck the box for IPv6 and click “OK.” You’ll need to reboot your computer, but afterwards if the protocol incompatibility was your problem (and it very likely was), you’ll find that your computer can now communicate fine with the router. Maybe. There is one other complication Microsoft introduced into Vista just to encourage you that much more to upgrade your router – it’s something called “autotuning,” and it’s also the next Vista tweak.

Try it out, it works. Or else, you can get a Datajack USB modem and enjoy high speed 3G internet!