dialup Wiflyer

Always On Wireless is committed to ensuring the WiFlyer is compatible with nearly every ISP worldwide. However, since there are many thousands of ISPs and certain ISPs don't use published standards, we are unable to guarantee compatibility with every ISP in the marketplace. From our testing, the WiFlyer is verified to be compatible with the following providers:

AT&T; WorldNet
Iowa Telecom
SBC Internet Services

If your ISP isn't on the list it doesn't mean the WiFlyer isn't compatible, only that we have not tested it.

The following are the only known incompatible ISPs:

AT&T; GlobalNet
Roadrunner dial-up
Walmart Connect

Always On Wireless - WiFlyer Wireless Base Station
Washington Post WiFlyer Review
October 20, 2005
. . .The WiFlyer is one of the easiest devices I've ever used to both make a dial-up connection and create an instant wireless network. The WiFlyer does two things, and it does them both well. . .
T1 Rex review: Dial-up Internet Service via WiFi
July 26, 2005
Dial-up Internet service at 56K and WiFi wireless access at 11 Mbps may seem like two things that don't really go together. But actually it's the perfect marriage of technology for business travelers and home office users. . .
Wi-Fi for the Rest of Us
July 26, 2005
Computer Shopper Review - A dial-up devotee wants to share Net access among several PCs wirelessly. . .
Slashdot.org Wiflyer Review
July 22, 2005
Dialup Redeemed:  The WiFlyer Modem+Hotspot
High Tech Texan Interview with CEO of Always On Wireless
May 28, 2005
Click to hear Rudy Prince, CEO of Always On Wireless, discuss the WiFlyer with Michael Garfield, the High Tech Texan.  Warning for dialup users, this is a very large file (3.5 MB).
Pocketnow.com Review: Wireless In Your Pocket
May 12, 2005
Have you ever wanted wireless internet access from a hotel room, dorm room or library but were stuck plugging your laptop into a phone jack or LAN port instead?
PC Magazine Review of WiFlyer
March 4, 2005
This is a great product for those who cannot get broadband and want to share a dial-up connection, especially those who'd like to have a wireless network.
Engadget WiFlyer Dialup WiFi adapter review
January 19, 2005
We can see the need for something like the WiFlyer, a modem/WiFi router that at least lets dialup users connect wirelessly like the rest of us
Smallbiztechnology.com review: Wireless for Dial Up Users
December 28, 2004
Wiflyer is a tool that every traveling business person should have in their bag of gadgets . . .
Computing Unplugged Wireless Stocking Stuffers
December 16, 2004
If you're not in a position to free yourself from dial-up yet, consider buying a WiFlyer...
PCWorld's Digital Holiday Shopping List
December 1, 2004
For years, only broadband users have been able to access the Internet wirelessly. Not anymore...
BusinessWeek Tech Buying Guide
November 8, 2004
Set up a wireless network anywhere, with or without a high-speed connection . . .
FastCompany - The Culture of Innovation
October 29, 2004
Brainstorming the next big hit ...
New York Times - A Wireless Access Point From Your Phone Line
October 14, 2004
The WiFlyer, a network base station, provides a wireless way to connect dial-up customers to the Internet.
Pocket PC Magazine - WiFlyer: Pocket Wi-Fi Access Point for both Ethernet & Dial-Up
September 22, 2004
There's been a slew of pocket-sized Wi-Fi Access Points lately, but here's a new twist:
ComputerWorld - Hot Spot Problem Gets Hotter...
September 20, 2004
The WiFlyer can be a real asset by making it possible to set up instant workgroups in hotel and meeting rooms...
Dial-Up to Wi-Fi
September 8, 2004
Wi-Fi Planet covers the launch of the WiFlyer
Wired News article on the WiFlyer
September 8, 2004
For the 61 million U.S. residents who still surf the web with a dialup connection, chances are they're still bound to their desks by a phone cord ...
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