This isn’t an argument against smartphone Internet access, though. Indeed, mobile devices are still by far the best way to access the Web on the go. It’s just that this technology isn’t as reliable as a household broadband Internet connection, which can be as fast as 3x3Mbps to 100x100Mbps or even 1 Gigabit per second. This makes broadband very important, if not essential, for groups and individuals that constantly work with large amounts of data like schools, government agencies, small businesses, and telemedicine professionals.
There is also the fact that many websites today simply don’t have a mobile version. Accessing a website meant for desktop computers through a mobile device will take up more time, battery life, and processing power, no matter how fast mobile Internet access can be. This is just one more reason why families must work with a San Jose high speed Internet service provider, since educational sites, for instance, are rarely designed to be mobile-friendly.