Bonzer wrote:People use various means to connect to the Internet depending on availability, bandwidth, cost, and customer service. I've both ADSL modem with a wired connection and a USB dongle with a 4G network. I mostly keep USB as a backup service.
Though, a fiber optic network is best in terms of speed, it does come at a premium. Besides, it can have problems too and requires maintenance. I always dream of a wireless internet with blazing speeds which, of course, is some distance from now. So, what is your favorite mode of connection? How do you see the future of all these technologies?
My favourite type of internet is fibre optic; since I live with 7 other people, the speed of the connection is of paramount importance.
Coincidentally, I believe fibre optics to be the future of internet connection; it's a fact that ADSL is slowly disappearing from the market, satellite connections are too expensive to maintain the long run, and while 4G and other mobile connections are very popular right now, I think that city-wide "Free WiFi Zones" will end up making them expendable in the long run. Meanwhile, the bandwith for fibre-optic connections is ever-increasing and the prices keep decreasing at a steady rate.