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Can you tell us what you've tried so far and what the results were. What is the make and model of your network card? What version of Ubuntu are you using?
actually now a days i am connect mobile using bluetooth but somebody told me if i am connect mobile via usb cable then i will get more speed so i am facing this problem . And my ubuntu version is 11.04 and i have aircel connection.
What mobile are you using?
With Nokia smartphones you have to set the usb connection setting to 'PC Suite' mode.
Ubuntu will usually take care of the rest.
If the same phone worked via bluetooth, then there should be no problem.
Bluetooth 1.0 can support data transfer speeds upto 60kbps. So, the weakest link is not bluetooth here, but your network provider (unless of course, you already get a speed of 60 kbps or more and want to remove that ceiling).