reply to JasonOD
Re: What do you expect??? Unless wireless allows each user to have their own AP and pipe from the AP it's not even almost as viable as any wired connection. For my needs I have to have under 10ms jitter maximum, latency well below 50ms and 0 packet loss as well as consistent bandwidth near or at the top of what I am paying for 24/7.
DSL is doing just fine in today's world. The only thing I would rather have than DSL is fiber to the premises. I will be bonding DSL lines soon. I have a big disdain over cable companies.
I do have a router set up with cellular data as a backup but that is the extent of it's usefulness.
Wireless = better than nothing. Verizon proved? Well, they have proven to be the most draconian of all US carriers. Then there is false advertising which all carriers now do by calling their service 4G. If it's under 160mbs speed it isn't technically 4G. My link to the tower is 42mbs but I have never seen much over 5mbs in any tests. The most I ever got on upload is just shy of 1mbs.
Wireless does not have a magic infinite bandwidth backhaul going to each tower. Whatever backhaul your wireless connection is on is shared with a lot of people.