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|Follow this link to the article, please: ["UseYourCellPhoneAsAModem"]||Follow this link to the article, please: UseYourCellPhoneAsModem
HowTo EASILY Connect your Laptop to the Internet Using your Cell Phone via USB or Bluetooth
In the following article I am going to describe how to easily connect your laptop to the internet using your cell phone as a 3G/GPRS modem via bluetooth or USB.
The procedure has been tested in a Toshiba Satellite Laptop with Debian SID (2.6.18-5-686) and a Nokia N80 Cell Phone connected to the Spanish mobile net Movistar.
Follow this link to the article, please: UseYourCellPhoneAsModem