According to report published by broadband regulator Ofcom in late 2013, Most of the home broadband user are happy with their broadband connection, while only around 10 per cent of customers are unhappy with their service.
On the contrary, mobile broadband services are not luck as home broadband since they get quite a bad press. As a matter of fact, if you need to use the internet on the move, or in several locations then mobile broadband can be the best choice for you. In addition to this, if you want to get a back-up broadband in case your fixed-line service fails, you can also consider mobile broadband. But, it is worth to point out that, mobile broadband coverage can be both patchy and erratic, download limits restrictive and speeds can be disappointing. So, it can be safe to say that mobile broadband works best as an extra service, rather than one to rely on.