Lifehacker Awards 2011: Best Mobile Broadband Nominations

Throughout this week, we’re collecting nominations for the Lifehacker Awards 2011. The second of our categories today: mobile broadband.

What options do you use for mobile broadband? There are some fairly obvious contenders in the form of the major telcos, but also less apparent choices. Last year, using McDonald’s was a popular choice, for instance. Whatever your preferred source of mobile broadband, if you think it deserves a spot in our final poll tell us in the comments. As with ADSL/cable ISPs, we’re running this category in conjunction with our sibling sites Gizmodo and Kotaku.

Don’t forget you can also offer nominations in our best domestic airline, best desktop software, best ADSL/cable ISP and best mobile app categories, and there’ll be more categories to nominate in throughout the week before voting starts on Monday November 21.

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