Oh this is killing me. GPRS is a form of data transfer for cellphones. Not free. You have to pay for the service. You can get it free if you have a wireless adapter hooked to your computer. But you would have to drive around and find a unsecured wireless network. Not that hard to due. But its not quite ethical and starting to be illiegal.
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1. There is no free wireless internet that you can access reliably while driving around town. Yes, you can install a WiFi adaptor in your car and cruise open hot-spots, but the range is only a few hundred feet and you would have a difficult time doing anything useful while in motion.
2. You can access the internet from your cell phone. You must PAY for this. There are various circumstances where you may be able to get to it for no extra cost over your current plan, but it depends on your provider, usually takes a lot of research to figure out, and may or may not work for all sites.
3. I typed in "GPRS" in the search box and got back lots of useful responses. They didn't tell me just exactly what you wanted to know, I had to piece it together. Try reading a few more posts. Try search terms "free wireless" or "free internet". Also, head over to Howardforums.com for some info on this topic.
Originally posted by ghettocruzer
I was gung ho on building a PC [until] just recently. However, between my new phone having internet and GPS and all...and this kit...Im starting to have trouble justfiying it haha.
Amazing. You can get unlimited (very slow) internet from tmobile for $5/month with a voice plan.. you can use free wifi access points if you have a wifi card and connect to unsecured networks.. but you're not just gonna find some magical free internet that works everywhere with no account for no cost and no knowledge.