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Before 3G, rates were just too slow; loading a simple web page could take minutes, not seconds. A Wi-Fi tether turns your smartphone into a portable Wi-Fi hotspot. These modems are small and portable and connect to your computer via USB; they let you access the cellular network with your PC, just as you do with your phone. The router provides the Wi-Fi signal for your network of devices. Some manufacturers make what they call mobile broadband routers that receive a 3G or, in some instances, 4G mobile signal and then convert it into Wi-Fi. Essentially, you connect one end of the cable to your smartphone and the other to your PC, as shown in Figure 4. Well, you can—and there are two different ways to do it.

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The router provides the Wi-Fi signal for your network of devices.

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Most cellular providers offer external data modems that provide access to their 3G or 4G cellular-data network. Before 3G, rates were just too slow; loading a simple web page could take minutes, not seconds. A Uxb tether turns your smartphone into a portable Wi-Fi hotspot. These modems are small and portable and connect to your mocem via USB; they let you access the cellular network with your PC, just as you do with your phone.

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Essentially, you connect one end of the cable to your smartphone and the other to your Mobisata, as shown in Figure 4. With that in mind, why not use your smartphone to provide Internet access for your computer?

A physical tether requires the use of a USB cable or special data connection kit. Well, you can—and there are two different ways to do it.

With the advent of 3G cellular technology, it suddenly became feasible to use your cell phone to access the Internet. Some carriers let you connect your computer to their data networks without purchasing a separate modem for your PC.

Some manufacturers make what they call mobile broadband routers that receive a 3G or, moedm some instances, 4G mobile signal and then convert it into Wi-Fi.

Not all carriers support this type of tethering, however, and those that do may charge extra for it—in addition to the normal data usage plan.

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The Wi-Fi signal is then broadcast throughout your home, same as with a wireless router, and all of your Wi-Fi-enabled devices can connect to it to access the Internet. This is breaking the rules, however, as most carriers like to charge you extra for the privilege of tethering—not that there are any technical reasons to do so.

See All Related Store Items. Instead, you connect a cable between your computer and your smartphone; you connect to the data network with your smartphone and then share the Internet connection with your PC. What this means is that you can now connect to the Internet ub you can receive a cellular connection.