Is an internet dongle a faster and more stable connection than hotspotting with your phone?
- 2 months ago
Truly, it would be. In this way, the "dongle" is a cell phone and the data experiences the USB port legitimately to the cell framework. With a cell phone problem area, your PC interfaces through WiFi, at that point in the cell phone gets associated with the cell network. The WiFi includes encryption and that has overhead (data utilization), as does the encryption procedure and decryption process. So the data isn't immediate as in the dongle.
- 2 months ago
dongle is faster then Mobile hotspotting
- Gordon BLv 62 months ago
Should be about the same, they both use the mobile network.
This does depend on hardware/software differences between the two.
- ∅Lv 72 months ago
wireless is wireless. one is just as unreliable as a wired internet.
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- Bill-MLv 72 months ago
The Internet Dongle your referring to is actually a WIFI Dongle. A WIFI USB Device which will connect you to a WIFI Hotspot or your Home WIFI.
Your Phone can connect to the Internet in TWO ways. WIFI or over the Telephone Network (Data). Stability depends on the network your connecting too and how many people are also on the same network and also your location in respect to the transmitter.
- Anonymous2 months ago
Skipping the Wi-Fi stage does remove a potential bottleneck and source of failure through the radio connection. But check out your phone's capabilities, you may be able to get the same results with a USB cable, saving the hassle of having another device on your account.
- martinLv 72 months ago
It's not faster communication, because people aren't checking their emails or websites all the time. They are, however, carrying their phones almost all the time, so the phone is a better connection, and more personal.