Networking technologies in the United States are widely disseminated. More than 78 per cent of Americans have access to the Internet almost 24 hours a day, mostly from home or from the office. The Internet café, even in large cities, is therefore relatively rare (at least markedly smaller than in large European cities). Access to the network is usually included in a package of services for many hotels and resorts, cafés or restaurants, and can also be accessed through various public and educational institutions, business centres, books and photo shops and public libraries providing both cable and Wi-Fi hotbeds. However, in libraries and some other institutions, one person ' s duration is usually limited to some time, most often not more than 30 minutes.
Wi-Fi access points are a lot of both fee and free. The Internet via GPRS is also widely distributed and has a high speed (different multimedia services up to television channels are supported by virtually all cell operators in the country).
Wi-fi is available in virtually all hotels and motels; it is always included in the cost of residence and usually has a sufficiently high speed. Those who work through the router(s) or the GPRS-mode shall remember that another communication standard is used in the United States. In the U.S., the frequency spectrum of 1,900 MHz, the GSM networks have a range of 1,710 MHz, 1,755 MHz and 2,110 MHz, 2,155 MHz, respectively.
U.S. cellular connections use frequencies other than Russian (GSM 850/1900 and gradually departing from the CDMA stage). A three-disciplinary apparatus will be required to fully operate the Rouminga (accessed to the subscribers of the main Russian operators, but rather expensive between $3 and $8 per minute). Most of the new phones support the local range and can automatically rely on the required frequency. However, in order to call Russia, it is much more cost-effective to use a public telephone automate than a Rouming.