I would recommend installing Access Connection first if you haven't already, to activate the WWAN and get it on the network you are going to use.
If you are using the WWAN on Verizon, you should be able to install the VZ Access Manager from http://www.vzam.net
. I am not sure about AT&T. I would think they would have a similar piece of software.
After you install that, you should be able to uninstall Access Connections.
I personally use Access Connections on mine as I find it works pretty well.
thanks for the response! I've already installed AC, and can see the WWAN card in the Fn+F5, menu, everything runs fine right now.
I was just wondering if there was a way within Windows itself to manage WWAN connections, like how Wifi connections are handled. I'd just rather avoid installing AC if I can avoid it, since I much prefer Windows' way of handling Wifi connections.
I'm not in the US, and from what I gather there's no dedicated software for my carrier for connecting using this card.