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I understand there is a 3G/GPS shield for the arduino now and that is a method of connecting to the internet when on the move. I was just wondering how reliable it is and if anyone can give me feed back on it?
I'm considering a new project involving lights in remote locations controlled by social media. I would not have any wifi signal and I would need a fairly regular refresh rate, so feedback on that is welcome.

I'm not sure if it is possible to use a mobile broadband dongle with an arduino. Has anyone attempted this?
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hi,
i am kunal working on arduino uno, in that i want to connect arduino to internet, so i thought if i interface mobile to arduino & use mobile internet, so using arduino i can upload sensor data to web site or interface internet usb modem to arduino, how i can do this?

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http://www.circuitsathome.com/mcu/interfacing-arduino-to-usb-gprs-modem
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