In our area we now have the option to have a wireless broadband connection. A local IT company is providing a no-frills high speed (640kbps) access and is proposing to charge £27.95 per month with an initial set up cost of £120. What I would ideally like to do is to have the connection coming into the house and then have some sort of wireless network set up to serve both my laptop (most important) and the family PC. I assume that I can just connect the aerial into an access point and then from there into a wireless router so that both PCs can use the high speed connection. It also appears that BT will soon be upgrading the local exchange to support ADSL, so now, having gone from no access whatsoever I now have a choice I think that BT will be updating on June 8th which is no real wait so Im prepared to sit it out on a dial up connection for the next month if BT is a better option. What will I actually need to get a wireless LAN in my house. Im assuming its as simple as a wireless router and then a wireless card in my laptop and the same in my family PC. If I were to go with BT then the telephone point is right by the PC (actually we have one in every room) so do BT use the normal telephone access points or do they have to get another wire into the house. The significant other does not really want to have walls drilled etc etc as the entire house has been recently re-decorated. Im desperate for a high speed connection at home but I want to make the right decision and have a wireless facility throughout the house. Any advise on whats best to do?