mobile broadband vs fixed broadband: which internet connection is the most profitable?

The internet is a tool that we usually use to find various kinds of information almost any time and wherever we are.

The internet is a tool that we usually use to find various kinds of information almost any time and wherever we are. To be able to connect to the internet, we know two ways, namely using a mobile broadband connection such as tethering from a gadget or using a modem and connection fixed broadband.

Basically, whatever the type of connection used by the user, as long as the network connection is stable and fast it will certainly satisfy the user. Well, this time Jaka will explain Difference between Mobile Broadband and Fixed Broadband. See below.

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Mobile Broadband Vs Fixed Broadband: Which Internet Connection is the Most Profitable?

Mobile Broadband


Mobile Broadband is a marketing term for connection lines wireless to the internet which generally uses a mobile device such as a modem, Wi-Fi device or tethering from a smartphone to be able to connect to the internet network. Wherever you are, as long as you have a SIM card with 2G, 3G or 4G network support and an adequate signal and devices as mentioned above, you can use this mobile broadband line.

Especially for the case of Wi-Fi, you can still connect to the internet as long as it is within the radius of the Wi-Fi signal.

Advantages of Mobile Broadband


Then what are the advantages of this mobile broadband? Well, as the name implies, mobile broadband has the advantages of: mobility side because you can connect anywhere as long as you have the necessary devices (the devices used are also quite practical).

In addition, the data access services provided by mobile broadband are much more flexible because users can choose the number of data packages they want to buy according to their needs with a relatively affordable price range (for example, the blue card provides a 31 GB data package at a price of 100 thousand or the red one provides an 8 GB data package at a price of 50 thousand).

Fixed Broadband


Fixed Broadband is a type of connection that requires a telephone cable or a special network cable to connect to the internet. As the name implies, you cannot move fixed broadband at will because the location of the telephone cable or network cable and the devices used such as routers should not be moved (it is impossible for you to carry network cables and routers all the time).

Advantages of Fixed Broadband


Then what are the advantages of fixed broadband? Well, one of the advantages of fixed broadband is that the network quality tends to be stable. In addition, in most cities in Indonesia, fixed broadband access is faster than mobile broadband.

For example, service IndieHome from Telkom which reaches 100 Mbps and you won't get it on any mobile broadband package at this time and don't forget that fixed broadband has no data package limitations (at most service providers).

Which is More Profitable and Right For You?

Well, if you are looking for which type of connection is more profitable and right for you, then the answer is that it depends on your needs.

If you are a user with high mobility who have to travel to a place far from home every day and only use the internet as necessary to open social media accounts or browse, mobile broadband is a more efficient option for you, especially from a financial point of view.

However, if you are a gamer or people who like to download various media files and are not very active outside the home, fixed broadband is the right choice that will ensure that your need for a fast and unlimited connection can be met.

That was it explanation about mobile broadband and fixed broadband, Hope it is useful. Jaka himself uses a mobile broadband connection for reasons of being more cost-effective per month and better mobility factors, how about you?

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