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    I have "extreme high speed" it costs like 60$ a month but at a 1.2 gig's a sec its worth it

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    For you try Hughesnet.com, they specialize in remote internet services including satellite. Do not know how much it is but you can try it out and yes, if your neighbors get broadband (wireless modem needed however), you can use theirs. Them just having a hardline broadband connection will not help you though. They would have to have it also setup wirelessly unless you can split their cable in which I am quite sure they will notice.

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    Connect your computer to the internet via dial-up...

    ... and then plug in one of these to your computer's USB port.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nintend..._USB_Connector

    That's the Nintendo Wifi USB connector. It basically transforms your computer into a Wireless Access point to provide Wifi access to your Wii and DS. This works while your computer is connected via dial-up modem to the internet.

    Of course, your speed is still limited to your dial-up's speed. But your Wii is now connected to the internet.

    According to Nintendo's official word, the Wifi USB connector requires broadband access. However, reports from the wild indicate some success with dial-up.

    Here's a Youtube tutorial: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MOZOpl5Qqbk

    The whole set-up is kinda complicated, so your success can only be guaranteed by your desire to connect your Wii to the outside world.

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