mobile Internet


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mobile Internet

(1) Accessing the Internet from a smartphone or tablet. See mobile Web.

(2) Accessing the Internet from a device that has a cellular connection. All smartphones obviously have a cellular connection, but most tablets do not. However, tablets with built-in cellular are available. See cellular hotspot and cellular vs. Wi-Fi.
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