WWAN Ready means that a laptop has a built-in cellular/mobile aerial for connecting to the internet. However, it normally won't actually have the required internal card, this is either an optional extra at time-of-purchase, or it will have to be purchased and fitted later. Fitting is a straight-forward process, but can require a screwdriver and manual driver installation.
A sim card from a network provider will be needed before you can connect to the internet.
If the laptop is not WWAN ready, there are several other options which are actually much more common:
- Network operators will normally provide you with a USB adapter which can be used with either a PC or laptop.
- PCMCIA and ExpressCard adapters are also available; these are normally more compact and less vulnerable, but not usable with many PCs.
- Most mobile/cell phones and smartphones have the option of "tethering". This means that they share their internet connection through a USB, Bluetooth, or WiFi connection. Please note that some network providers specifically disallow tethering in their terms and conditions, but also note that most of them either don't enforce this rule, or have no means of detecting the violation.
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Hi. =) If it's what I think you're talking about, the song is called "Are You Ready To Go" by Go Fish.
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I've been trying to find this forever too and just found it... "Run the Show" by Kat DeLuna
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Billy Ocean- "Are you Ready"
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get it ready. by DJ jubilee
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As a question: Is it ready? or Are You Ready? As a statement It/he is ready.
When you honestly and truly know that you love the person that you are ready with, and you cannot be ready with someone until they are ready with you....
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It depends upon what you are trying to say. I am ready for breakfast. I am ready to eat. Both of those are correct. In general you can be ready for (noun) and ready to (verb).
it's self explanitory, all ready means all is ready EX. we're all ready to go. all of us are ready.
I am ready to take a test. I am ready to go. Are you ready? Thats all i know. Hope that helped!
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'Ready' is mainly adjectival (as in 'are you ready', 'ready money', 'ready for action', etc. etc.) and never appears in the form of a verb, so it has no past tense.
Bonesaw is always ready
Will be ready.