Wireless Internet Reviews
There are a lot of wireless internet providers to choose from, and we here at WirelessInternet.net want to help you pick the right one. In many cases, connecting to the networks of some of the wireless internet providers listed on this site will require a contract. That means once you’ve made your decision you’re stuck with it for a while—anywhere from six months to two years. That’s why you’ll want to have as much information as possible before signing up with one of the wireless internet providers.
We know it can be a pain to cruise the Internet for reviews to gather all the info you need, so we’ll do it for you. Below you’ll find details on our review system as well as links to reviews of each network. Keep in mind that some of the networks on this site—particularly the 4G and LTE networks—are still in development, and devices that can access them are only now trickling on to the market.
Also remember that your location can greatly affect your network connection performance. Someone in a major city on the coast might have different service performance than someone in a rural mid-west town. Make sure to check the coverage of the particular network you’re interested in before signing a contract.
WirelessInternet.net’s Wireless Internet Reviews
There are endless numbers of combinations of devices, networks and locations to test in order to provide comprehensive reviews. Instead of traveling the country with bags full of wireless internet equipment, we’ll travel the internet and gather anecdotal and objective information that will help you make an informed buying decision. We’ll piece together the information we find and present it to you as one easy-to-read frankenreview.
The format will read like this:
In each review you can expect anecdotal performance reviews from real people. These will come from tech journalists, well-known sites, message boards, product reviews, and more. Wherever there are real people talking about real performance, we’ll find them and bring them to you.
We’ll give you a list of some of the devices you can use with each network. We’ll also use this place to list any devices that might be exclusive to that particular network. For example if you wanted an iPhone AT&T used to be your only choice, but in early January Verizon announced they’ll have the iPhone too. Hooray for more options!
Here you’ll find objective information on the actual coverage of the network. You can also use the location pages on wirelessinternet.net to check the coverage in your area.
By the time you’re done reading one of our reviews you’ll know what it’s like to use one of these networks, the devices you should use on it, and the best places to be for it. Look under the list of Wireless Internet Providers for their individual reviews, or check back here as they’re added to the list.