WiFi, 3G, 4G connection – Using your tablet away from home

WiFi or 3G connection?

WiFi coverage is limited to the presence of a modem such as a telephone operator’s box or a WiFi point. WiFi uses a local wireless network for the transport of information. However, you must be near a modem or an access point.

Mobile Internet uses a telephone network (and therefore a SIM card provided by the chosen operator) for the transport of information.

If you already have an Internet connection, you can choose the WiFi tablet, otherwise prefer the WiFi + 3G or 4G tablet and contact a mobile operator to take out a subscription and obtain a SIM card.

 

Functions Wireless 3G and 4G mobile internet
Internet WiFi access point Sim card with subscription
Where to use it? Near a WiFi access often limited to a building Anywhere you have a connection
Which operator to choose?

All operators offer a range of subscription ranging from occasional use to more extensive use. Some have special offers for tablets like Orange , SFR or Bouygues Telecom . 3G or 4G coverage in your region is a criterion of choice.

Example: detail of the Orange offer “Let’s Go 2 Go package”

Subscription: € 9.99 per month. If you receive a lot of message:

  • No additional charge
  • Never blocking the reception of messages, possibly a small waiting time
  • Without duration commitment
  • Learn more about this offer

Example: detail of the SFR offer “Connected everywhere 2 GO”

Subscription: € 8.99 per month.