In today’s age of connectivity, smartphones and tablets are becoming more of a necessity rather than a luxury. Whether it is not to miss important mails, being updated with the news or finding directions when lost – connecting to the Internet anytime and anywhere is becoming an integral part of our lives. It’s now possible to get internet access in any location as long as your phone gets a good signal from the cellular network.You can also use public Wi-Fi hotspots to connect to the Internet through a shared connection. So how exactly does the Internet, which was made for computers, work on your mobile phone?First, let’s see what Mobile Internet is. In simple terms, Mobile Internet is a smaller Internet scaled down to fit the dimensions of a web browser on a mobile phone. The mobile phone network is an example of a cellular network.