More like how: you’re connected to the internet.
Today, in 1988, Apple launched a service to connect your computer to the internet. And if you’re old enough, you remember paying for access by the hour. Applelink launched at $15/hour. (plus $35 annual fee) It was a modest hit, but they got into a “business squabble” with its partner Quantum. The service stopped, but Quantum kept it going and in 1991 renamed it to America Online. Yes, the “mail me a CD every day” known as AOL was born.
Today, the average American household pays $65/month for broadband, or about 9 cents an hour. Make progress or make excuses, right? Now close a few browser tabs please.