Macs cannot establish cellular connections, because they don't have the cellular network hardware/SIM slots built-in like iPhones and iPad (Wi-Fi + Cellular) models.
You can create share your Mac's Internet connection from Ethernet > Wi-Fi or Wi-Fi to Ethernet however in System Preferences > Sharing.
The industry as a whole never moved to cellular in laptops, probably because it was a phone communication protocol originally, cost was very prohibitive, and cellular data speeds were extremely slow by comparison
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