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I use my Blackberry in place of a wireless card for my laptop (tether feature). I connect to the internet using Verizon's Wireless Broadband service. I would like to know if Verizon or the company that gave me the phone can track or know what I am looking at when I'm using the tether feature....
People ask for wireless cards here, and we do lend spare parts at this enterprise location, but mostly they are talking about their wireless broadband wishes, when they talk about their wireless cards. How do I distinguish between a regular wireless card and say our Verizon card?
What are the differences between wire-line and wireless broadband transmission?