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									Wireless Internet Services

There are a great many things that are wonderful when you can consider
yourself self-employed. This means you can set your own hours, and decide
how much or how little work you would like to do. You can also work
anywhere, especially if your work revolves around the use of a computer.
Those who work at home can greatly benefit from having wireless Internet.
This means you are not longer chained to your desk, and that is probably
one of the reasons why you work at home in the first place. Wireless
gives you some freedom to move about your property.

Our family has wireless Internet simply because we have more than one
computer. My husband has a desktop, and I have a laptop. I can move about
the house with my computer if I want to, though I do have to watch the
range of my wireless Internet. I can even go outside to work if I want
to, but the signal strength does go down. I can work from my front porch
and in the half of my yard that is closest to the house. That means
summer days don’t have to be spent inside. I might not get as much done
outside, but I can work and enjoy the sunshine when I want to do so.

Another great thing about wireless Internet for those who are working
away from an office setting is that you can get service in some public
places. This means you might be able to get away from a loud house to go
to a café or coffee spot to do your work. You may have people around, but
you can probably get your work done. You have to find a place that offers
wireless Internet, but those are not too hard to find in almost any city
or town.

When traveling, many hotel chains offer wireless Internet as well. You
can usually use it in the lobby, or you can hook up in your room. This is
because many travel for business reasons, and they need to have access to
the Internet. In most cases, this is a free service that hotels provide.
If they did not have this, they know business people would move to
another hotel that does have it. The only drawback is that wireless might
not be as secure, so don’t check bank accounts and other personal
accounts while using it.

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