how can i browse internet in ipod touch other than wifi?

can i connect a broadband to ipod touch for browsing?

6 Answers from the Community

  • Best Answer:

    welllll, you can use the personal hotspot on another device, using internet from that device e.g phone. and connect your ipod onto that network through bluetooth or wifi, personal hotspot is probably the only other option due to the fact that it cannot use a 3G or a LTE network of its own.

    • Answered by Ellion R from My House
    • Oct 23, 2012
  • You need a wifi connection to access the internet on the ipod touch. There is no other way to get internet access on the device.

    • Answered by Patrick M from Cork City
    • Oct 22, 2012
  • no you can't connect a broadband because a ipod touch is strictly wifi based unless your talking about mifi now that will allow you to use the ipod anywhere you bring your mifi device.

    • Answered by Cameron F from Little Rock
    • Oct 22, 2012
  • iPod Touches are Wifi enabled only for internet access.
    So, no cellular data or anything.

    (Broadband internet refers to the technology and speed of the signal, not a way to connect to the internet)

    • Answered by Christian C from Sherwood
    • Oct 22, 2012
  • for ipod touch the only source of internet connection is via wifi, either home wifi or tethering (personal hotspot for apple product)

    • Answered by Roy N from Marikina
    • Oct 22, 2012
  • You can't. There is no means to do this other than wirelessly.

    • Answered by Lee R F
    • Oct 22, 2012