As much as a convenience mobile Internet can be, it can also add up to your bills quite heftily if you donâ€™t know how to use it right â€“ so make sure youâ€™re prepared to make the most of your time while surfing the Web from your mobile. In some cases, it could be a good idea to install a new browser on your device, and not use the default one â€“ this is especially valid for non-smartphone mobiles, which tend to often have some questionable designs for their browsers.
The device itself is important as well, of course â€“ a phone with a small screen and uncomfortable keyboard can make it very inconvenient to do your browsing and subsequently increase the time you need to do anything when surfing the Web through mobile Internet. Nowadays, there are plenty of good deals for mobiles that are specifically designed for Internet users â€“ so do some shopping around until you find one and go for it â€“ if youâ€™re an active surfer, youâ€™ll be thanking yourself later on!
Donâ€™t just use the Web for your entertainment though â€“ this may sound like redundant advice for some of you folks whoâ€™ve been using their mobiles for this purpose for a while, but still â€“ it can also add up to your productivity to a great degree. You can check the schedules for the trains or public transport, check out whatâ€™s running at your local cinema, whatever you can think of â€“ be creative and try to really benefit from the powerful mini-computer youâ€™re carrying in your pocket!
It takes having some good pricing plans on your mobile Internet if you want to really make some benefit off of it though, so do your â€œhomeworkâ€ well before landing on a deal.
Originally posted on January 28, 2011 @ 7:34 am