|as to wi-fi interface, she currently uses a dongle on her home computer as she has no fone line,hence my query on limits|
Most, if not all laptops come with a wireless network interface as standard equipment these days, so the dongle shouldn't be necessary. Nobody can say about limits within the hospital except the hospital themselves.
should she invest in a fone line so she can get unlimited broadband?
Around here we have 3 major types of providers. There is ADSL which requires a phone line and is provided by a telephone company.
There is also cable highspeed internet which comes through a coax cable and is usually the same provider as cable TV
Lastly, we now see wireless internet providers. Especially in remote areas.
I'm sure if you check around you'll find you have at least the cable or ADSL if not all 3. Compare packages and pick whichever is going to suit her best before deciding which to go with. All would require the provider to install some equipment in the home but the setup fees may vary by a noticable amount depending on what service you go with.
Most of our providers have packages with limits but the limits are pretty high and should cover average use and streaming video.
It matters not how straight the gate,
How charged with punishments the scroll,
I am the master of my fate;
I am the captain of my soul.