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smart talk and text free internet
Smartphone ad hoc networks (SPANs; also smart phone ad hoc networks) are wireless ad hoc networks that use smartphones. Once embedded with ad hoc networking technology, a group of smartphones in close proximity can together create an ad hoc network. Smart phone ad hoc networks use the existing hardware (primarily Bluetooth and Wi-Fi) in commercially available smartphones to create peer-to-peer networks without relying on cellular carrier networks, wireless access points, or traditional network infrastructure. Wi-Fi SPANs use the mechanism behind Wi-Fi ad-hoc mode, which allows phones to talk directly among each other, through a transparent neighbor and route discovery mechanism. SPANs differ from traditional hub and spoke networks, such as Wi-Fi Direct, in that they support multi-hop routing (ad hoc routing) and relays and there is no notion of a group leader, so peers can join and leave at will without destroying the network.
SPANs started being used in Iraq in 2014 to bypass government restrictions on Internet usage, in the 2014 and 2019–20 Hong Kong protests, in 2015 in anti-government protests in Russia and by youth in the United States.
Ganito gawin nyo, kuha lang kayo ng Smart o TNT SIM tapos isalpal nyo sa modem ng Smartbro plug-it. Wag kayo gagamit ng Smartbro SIM dahil walang free internet yan kahit pilitin nyo. I'm using my only one Talk 'n Text sim. You don't need to change any internet settings. Kung connected ka nga at...